- v. 敬奉（神）；愛慕，崇拜
- n. 敬神，拜神；崇拜，愛慕；<英> 閣下（對地位高的人的尊稱）
1.You pretend that this black hole which you worship exists.
2.It reminds me of the almost blind worship we once had for leaders.
3.He was amused by the way younger actors started to hero-worship and copy him.
4.To worship someone or something is to venerate him, her, or it—not necessarily as you would revere a deity, but at least with extreme devotion or admiration.
5.He prefers to worship in his own home.
6.Come straightway back with me before his worship, and answer for the crime!
7.Tithing is an act of worship.
8.He would have liked to fall down and worship him, if it were in the dark.
9.You can call that ancestor-worship if you wish, but it gives to the paper an astonishing momentum of thought and principle.