Meaning of worshipfulness in English:

worshipfulness

Pronunciation /ˈwəːʃɪpfʊlnəs/ /ˈwəːʃɪpf(ə)lnəs/

noun

See worshipful

  • ‘Called to be an image of the Church as the worshipping one, the cloistered nun must - let us repeat it - reject all that diminishes the worshipfulness of her of her service.’
  • ‘Many solid Catholics in search of the solemnity, respect and worshipfulness due our Lord find themselves drawn to what has become known as the Traditionalist Catholic movement.’
  • ‘Instead, a sense of worshipfulness goes together with a range of feelings, including humility, wonder, awe, mystery, joy, peace, contentment, fellowship.’
  • ‘In tone, the essays run the gamut of the attitudes any celebrated and charismatic figure would inspire, including worshipfulness and respect, but also skepticism, cynicism, and a desire to co-opt and consume.’

Pronunciation

worshipfulness

/ˈwəːʃɪpfʊlnəs/ /ˈwəːʃɪpf(ə)lnəs/