adoration[ ad-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF adoration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADORATION
The adoration of her, and the insane desire of her, can be seen in every play he wrote from 1597 to 1608.
They set him on the road which leadeth to peace and adoration.
She was bending forward, smiling, flattering her escort with the adoration of her eyes.
And if you knew how dearly loved she was, with what adoration she is still surrounded.
And then all the voices, the thousands of voices, began the chant of adoration and gratitude.
The first dawning of genuine love—the fervour of adoration, all were fled.
Our posture must be that of holy reverence, of quiet waiting and adoration.
She clings to him with agony, and kneels to him with adoration.
His child, for whom I used to watch his adoration with a dull kind of envy, had left him.
What; could he swear that he had never whispered to the present object of his adoration?