Thesaurus / adores


I wanted to BE Wonder Woman, because that meant I could be adored by her love interest, Steve Trevor.

I live there with a dear young husband who adores me; my slightest wish is his law.

Pretty Madcap DorothyLaura Jean Libbey

He adores the little lame girl who skips around him in his room, which is comfortable and well furnished.

Ten TalesFranois Coppe

Give him the occasion to speak—one that adores you—hear him utter your praises—hear him vow his devotion—give him the occasion.

Captain RavenshawRobert Neilson Stephens

The common herd is an old Narcissus who adores himself, and who applauds the vulgar herd.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

The official itinerary of the Hindu pilgrim includes Svayambhû, where he adores Buddha under that name.

Man the destroyer thus glories in his prowess, and adores the heroes who were the ministers of death.

She respects his manhood, he adores her as a superior being, and they live a life of pure happiness.

Side LightsJames Runciman

Ask him who lives what is life; ask him who adores what is God.

I shall always love her as you love her, as a peasant kneels and adores an ideal among the shadows and the candles.


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