Thesaurus / adore


Considering the majority of Fenty Beauty items are easily snatched off the aisle’s at Sephora when available, this sale is a destined excuse to stock up on all your adored beauty essentials and even try something new.

Think, really think, and try to remember an SNL political sketch from the last five years that you really adored.

Saturday Night Live will not save youEmily VanDerWerffOctober 2, 2020Vox

Mathews adored her, but while she was en route from California to Virginia, he rather feared the future and what it might bring.

Learning to parent your parentTerri SchlichenmeyerAugust 21, 2020Washington Blade

The people learn his poetry by heart, adore him, and prefer him as their most faithful interpreter and most affectionate friend.

Holland, v. 1 (of 2)Edmondo de Amicis

I thought—well, that Parisian women were very fortunate to have men of genius to adore who adore them.

BeatrixHonore de Balzac

I am neither; but you know all about me, and I always did adore you and always shall.

What Katy Did NextSusan Coolidge

Can you heartily love and adore a sin-hating, sin-avenging God?

God is a spirit: and they that adore him must adore him in spirit and in truth.

You may like a mutton-chop now and then, Miss Gooch, but to adore a whole sheep—no, no.

The void which had once been filled by religion ached no longer; the yearning to adore had reappeared under a new form.

The Confession of a FoolAugust Strindberg


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