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Which word in this excerpt from Homer's Odyssey means the same as "to worship"? Victors of late, but humble suppliants now! Low at thy knee thy succour we implore; Respect us, human, and relieve us, poor. At least, some hospitable gift bestow; 'Tis what the happy to the unhappy owe; 'Tis what the gods require: those gods revere; The poor and stranger are their constant care;

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Answer 1
Answer: The correct answer should be revere.

To revere means to regard with great respect, to show devotion to something, to honor someone.
Answer 2
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The word in this excerpt from Homer's Odyssey that means the same as "to worship" is "revere".

The meaning of the word 'revere', which is a verb, is to show deep respect and admiration for someone/something. In that way, it can be considered a synonym of 'to worship'. Moreover, in this excerpt from Odyssey, the narrator states that one way of revering gods is offering them a hospitable gift. Gods have an important role in this epic poem. Some of the story's major gods are Athena, Calypso and Poseidon.


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