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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADORING

From across the Street the boy watched her with adoring, humble eyes.

Love brooded above and around him—timid, chidden, but absolute, adoring.

They one and all hated Wagner, adoring Chopin's magic music.

Probably it utterly escaped the adoring eyes of their father.

There could be no doubt that she had loved the man in her girlish, adoring fashion.

Whatever virtue there was in being a prisoner, it had earned him adoring friends.

He was twenty then, an only son, spoiled by his adoring family.

Judith swept her adoring gaze from the Victory to her sister's face.

"It is you who makes the work interesting," said her adoring husband who was at her elbow.

For the time being He was their king, and they His adoring subjects.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "worshipping," present participle adjective from adore. Related: Adoringly.

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