adore[ uh-dawr, uh-dohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF adore
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADORE
I adore that car, Katy, and I don't know how I have ever kept my fingers off it this long.
Was this the way you used to take to make us all adore you as we did?
Unfortunately for my peace of mind, I adore but too readily.
I adore the sea and the plain, but I neither care for mountains nor for forests.
I adore having people come to see me, and I detest going to see them.
Bless her and adore her, for she is your only friend and support on earth.
As for me, I remained spectator, and did not go and adore this idol.
She seemed to adore them, but as soon as she had sat them down again she forgot all about them.
Mind you, I adore father, and he adores me; most people adore me; but I must do what I like.
We adore an institution, and do not see that it is founded on a thought which we have.