irreverently irreverently


  1. (adv) without respect
  2. (adv) in an irreverent manner


  1. They are not eight millionaires and a plumber, as Eisenhower's original choices were irreverentlybut accuratelydescribed.
  2. They chatted with Vice President Wallace, hobnobbed with eminent elder scientists, swarmed irreverently through the halls of Congress and the endless corridors of the Pentagon.
  3. John the irreverently impish rebel; Paul, self-aware and cute; George laconic and Ringo the down-to-earth lad next door.



  • "I think that presidents deserve to be questioned. Maybe irreverently, most of the time. Bring 'em down a size," Thomas, 88, says in the film. "You see a president, ask a question. You have one chance in the barrel. Don't blow it."
    on Aug 17, 2008 By: Helen Thomas Source: Houston Chronicle

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