Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He adores her, and he'd kill everybody if he could, when he sees her go supperless to bed.

He cannot doubt the woman he adores: for he adores her because he believes and has proved her to be above all doubt.

But you see Sir Peter adores me so that he hastens to gratify my smallest wish.

He adores me, and I have only to give him a look to make him obey.

Mind you, I adore father, and he adores me; most people adore me; but I must do what I like.

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

But you are to be envied, god-mother, in having her all to yourself; she adores you!

He adores you—he will be your slave if you only take the right way to win him.

It is very curious when one wishes to kill the father of the woman one adores.

There was none, save under the words, "He who adores you," the name "Henry."