admired

[ ad-mahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF admired

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADMIRED

But he admired Hester, and the more she slighted him the more he was determined to force her to like him.

They all admired and respected her, and nobody doubted the reality of her adventures.

I was no longer "Diane," the ingenue whom she patronized as well as admired.

If his enthusiasm had not run counter to my rights, I might have admired it.

Yet I admired her skill, and did not wonder that the house applauded.

Also Porter was an honest man, the one thing he admired above all else.

Maria had warned her not to waken her grandfather, so she admired it in whispers.

The heir-apparent, the late King, admired his talent and relished his society.

The most admired of our moderns know nothing of this art: Why?

And at dinner she was not nice to Enid and Elaine who admired her hero too frankly.

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