admire

[ ad-mahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF admire

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Mr. Paine did not admire Mrs. Davis, and was not likely to be influenced by her prejudices.

Then you will understand, and understanding, you will admire his courage.

It's a good bluff, as I said before, and I admire the way you worked it.

I admire him—you'd have to see him in the hospital, with every one deferring to him and all that, to understand.

True, Shakespeare was not the kind of man Englishmen are accustomed to admire.

Men—ah, yes, there are always men, and many of them like as well as admire me.

In the first place, I am learning to admire the resourcefulness of these people around us.

I should think Mr. Hynes would be too critical to admire Milly.

She was not prepared to admire her, but in her heart she almost did that very thing.

"Admire my knowledge of human nature, my dear Belinda," said Lady Delacour.

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