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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Anschauung, OK, abide by, accept, acceptance, accord respect to, accordance, account, acquittal, acquittance, act up to, adhere to, adherence, admiration, admire, adoration, adore, advertence, advertency, affability, affect, agreeableness, alertness, allegiance, amenity, an in, angle, angle of vision, answer to, apotheosize, appertain to, applicability, application, apply to, appositeness, appreciate, appreciation, approbation, approval, approve, approve of, article, aspect, assiduity, assiduousness, assigned task, attend to, attention, attention span, attentiveness, attribute, awareness, awe, basis, be faithful to, be thoughtful of, bear on, bear upon, bearing, belong to, best wishes, bless, blessing, bounden duty, burden, business, call of duty, care, carrying out, case, characteristic, charge, civility, comity, commitment, comparison, complaisance, compliance, compliments, comply with, concentration, concern, concernment, configuration, conform to, conformance, conformity, connect, connection, consciousness, consider, considerateness, consideration, correspond to, count, countenance, courteousness, courtesy, credit, datum, deal with, dedication, defer to, deference, deify, detail, devoir, devoirs, devotion, diligence, discharge, do justice to, duties and responsibilities, duty, ear, earnestness, effect, eidolon, element, endorse, endorsement, entertain respect for, espial, espionage, esteem, estimation, ethics, etiquette, exalt, execution, eye, facet, fact, factor, fashion, favor, favorable regard, favorable vote, fealty, fear, feature, fellow feeling, figure, fill, follow, footing, form, frame of reference, framework, friendly relations, fulfill, fulfillment, germaneness, gestalt, good graces, good terms, good understanding, good wishes, goodwill, gracefulness, graciousness, greetings, guise, harmony, have connection with, have regard for, heed, heedfulness, heeding, hero-worship, hold by, hold in esteem, hold in reverence, hold with, homage, honor, idolize, image, imago, imperative, impression, incidental, instance, intentiveness, intentness, interest, involve, item, keep, keep faith with, keep in countenance, keeping, liaise with, light, likeness, line of duty, lineaments, link with, live up to, look, look up to, looking, lookout, loyalty, make good, manner, materiality, matter, meet, mental outlook, mindfulness, minor detail, minutia, minutiae, mission, must, mutual regard, nod, note, notice, obey, obligation, observance, observation, observe, onus, ought, outlook, particular, pay attention to, pay homage to, performance, pertain to, pertinence, phase, phasis, place, point, point of view, politeness, position, practice, prize, property, quality, rapport, refer to, reference, reference system, regard, regardfulness, regards, relate to, relatedness, relation, relevance, remark, respectfulness, respects, revere, reverence, salutations, sanction, satisfaction, satisfy, seal of approval, seeming, self-imposed duty, semblance, shape, side, sight, simulacrum, situation, slant, solicitousness, solicitude, spying, stamp of approval, stand, standpoint, style, sympathy, system, tact, tactfulness, take kindly to, thing, think highly of, think much of, think of, think well of, thought, thoughtfulness, tie in with, total effect, touch, touch upon, trait, treat of, twist, universe, uphold, urbanity, value, venerate, veneration, view, view with favor, viewing, viewpoint, voice, vote, watch, watching, wise, witnessing, worship, worth, yea, yea vote
Dictionary Results for respect:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    n 1: (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point; "it differs
         in that respect" [syn: respect, regard]
    2: the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well
       regarded); "it is held in esteem"; "a man who has earned high
       regard" [syn: esteem, regard, respect] [ant:
    3: an attitude of admiration or esteem; "she lost all respect
       for him" [syn: respect, esteem, regard] [ant:
    4: a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard;
       "his deference to her wishes was very flattering"; "be sure
       to give my respects to the dean" [syn: deference,
    5: behavior intended to please your parents; "their children
       were never very strong on obedience"; "he went to law school
       out of respect for his father's wishes" [syn: obedience,
    6: a feeling of friendship and esteem; "she mistook his manly
       regard for love"; "he inspires respect" [syn: regard,
    7: courteous regard for people's feelings; "in deference to your
       wishes"; "out of respect for his privacy" [syn: deference,
       respect, respectfulness]
    v 1: regard highly; think much of; "I respect his judgement";
         "We prize his creativity" [syn: respect, esteem,
         value, prize, prise] [ant: disesteem, disrespect]
    2: show respect towards; "honor your parents!" [syn: respect,
       honor, honour, abide by, observe] [ant: disrespect]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Respect \Re*spect"\ (r?*sp?kt"), v. t. [imp. & p. p.
   Respected; p. pr. & vb. n. Respecting.] [L. respectare,
   v. intens. from respicere, respectum, to look back, respect;
   pref. re- re- + specere, spicere, to look, to view: cf. F.
   respecter. See Spy, and cf. Respite.]
   1. To take notice of; to regard with special attention; to
      regard as worthy of special consideration; hence, to care
      for; to heed.
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            Thou respectest not spilling Edward's blood. --Shak.
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            In orchards and gardens, we do not so much respect
            beauty as variety of ground for fruits, trees, and
            herbs.                                --Bacon.
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   2. To consider worthy of esteem; to regard with honor. "I do
      respect thee as my soul." --Shak.
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   3. To look toward; to front upon or toward. [Obs.]
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            Palladius adviseth the front of his house should so
            respect the ??uth.                    --Sir T.
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   4. To regard; to consider; to deem. [Obs.]
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            To whom my father gave this name of Gaspar,
            And as his own respected him to death. --B. Jonson.
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   5. To have regard to; to have reference to; to relate to; as,
      the treaty particularly respects our commerce.
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   As respects, as regards; with regard to; as to. --Macaulay.

   To respect the person or To respect the persons, to favor
      a person, or persons on corrupt grounds; to show
      partiality. "Ye shall not respect persons in judgment."
      --Deut. i. 17.
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   Syn: To regard; esteem; honor; revere; venerate.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Respect \Re*spect"\, n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See
   Respect, v., and cf. Respite.]
   1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular
      consideration to; hence, care; caution.
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            But he it well did ward with wise respect.
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   2. Esteem; regard; consideration; honor.
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            Seen without awe, and served without respect.
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            The same men treat the Lord's Day with as little
            respect.                              --R. Nelson.
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   3. pl. An expression of respect of deference; regards; as, to
      send one's respects to another.
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   4. Reputation; repute. [Obs.]
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            Many of the best respect in Rome.     --Shak.
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   5. Relation; reference; regard.
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            They believed but one Supreme Deity, which, with
            respect to the various benefits men received from
            him, had several titles.              --Tillotson.
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   4. Particular; point regarded; point of view; as, in this
      respect; in any respect; in all respects.
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            Everything which is imperfect, as the world must be
            acknowledged in many respects.        --Tillotson.
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            In one respect I'll be thy assistant. --Shak.
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   7. Consideration; motive; interest. [Obs.] "Whatever secret
      respects were likely to move them." --Hooker.
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            To the publik good
            Private respects must yield.          --Milton.
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   In respect, in comparison. [Obs.] --Shak.

   In respect of.
      (a) In comparison with. [Obs.] --Shak.
      (b) As to; in regard to. [Archaic] "Monsters in respect of
          their bodies." --Bp. Wilkins. "In respect of these
          matters." --Jowett. (Thucyd.)

   In respect to, or With respect to, in relation to; with
      regard to; as respects. --Tillotson.

   To have respect of persons, to regard persons with
      partiality or undue bias, especially on account of
      friendship, power, wealth, etc. "It is not good to have
      respect of persons in judgment." --Prov. xxiv. 23.
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   Syn: Deference; attention; regard; consideration; estimation.
        See Deference.
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