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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section IV. Moral Affections
2. Moral Sentiments
 
928. Respect.
 
  
NOUN:RESPECT, regard, consideration; courtesy [See Courtesy]; attention, deference, reverence, honor, esteem, estimation, veneration, admiration; approbation [See Approbation].
  HOMAGE, fealty, obeisance, genuflection, kneeling, prostration; obsequiousness [See Servility]; salaam, kotow or kowtow [Chinese], bow, presenting arms, salute.
  RESPECTS, regards, duty, devoirs [F.], égards [F.].
  devotion (piety) [See Piety].
  
VERB:RESPECT, regard; revere, reverence; hold in reverence, honor, venerate, hallow; esteem &c. (approve of) [See Approbation]; think much of; entertain -, bear- respect for; look up to, defer to; have -, hold- a high opinion of; pay attention to, pay respect to &c. n.; do or render honor to; do the honors, hail; show courtesy [See Courtesy]; salute, present arms.
  do or pay homage to; pay tribute to, kneel to, bow to, bend the knee to; fall down before, prostrate oneself, kiss the hem of one’s garment; worship [See Worship].
  keep one’s distance, make room, observe due decorum, stand upon ceremony.
  COMMAND RESPECT, inspire respect; awe, impose, overawe, dazzle.
  
ADJECTIVE:RESPECTING &c. v.; respectful, deferential, decorous, reverential, obsequious, ceremonious, bareheaded, cap in hand, on one’s knees; prostrate (servile) [See Servility].
  RESPECTED &c. v.; in high -esteem, - estimation; time-honored, venerable, emeritus [L.].
  
ADVERB:IN DEFERENCE TO; with all respect, with due respect, with the highest respect; with submission.
  excusing the liberty; saving your -grace, - presence; salva sit reverentia [L.]; pace tanti nominis [L.].
  
INTERJECTION:hail! all hail! hock! [Ger.]; esto perpetua! [L.], may your shadow never be less!
  
QUOTATIONS:
    ship [See Worship].
      keep one’s distance, make room, observe due decorum, stand upon ceremony.
      COMMAND RESPECT, inspire respect; awe, impose, overawe, dazzle.
  
ADJECTIVE:RESPECTING &c. v.; respectful, deferential, decorous, reverential, obsequious, ceremonious, bareheaded, cap in hand, on one’s knees; prostrate (servile) [See Servility].
  RESPECTED &c. v.; in high -esteem, - estimation; time-honored, venerable, emeritus [L.].
  
ADVERB:IN DEFERENCE TO; with all respect, with due respect, with the highest respect; with submission.
  excusing the liberty; saving your -grace, - presence; salva sit reverentia [L.]; pace tanti nominis [L.].
  
INTERJECTION:hail! all hail! hock! [Ger.]; esto perpetua! [L.], may your shadow never be less!
  
QUOTATIONS:
  1. And pluck up drowned honor by the locks.—I Henry IV
  2. Honor pricks me on.—Shakespeare
  3. His honor rooted in dishonor stood.—Tennyson

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