Is this sentence grammatically correct?

"I’ve sat in overwhelming revere."

Is "revere" supposed to be "reverence?" I know that revere is a verb. What are some other ways to write it, as well?

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago
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    Maybe it is supposed to be "reverence"; or maybe it's a typographical error for "reverie," which is a noun but means something quite different from "reverence." ("Reverie" is a waking dreamlike state of mind.)

    • Grace8 months agoReport

      That makes sense. Thank you!

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  • 8 months ago

    I have great respect for you.

    I have sat here in revere of them.

    For him, I have great reverence.

    After that performance, I sat there in revere.

    That performance left me sitting in revere of him.

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