adulation

[ aj-uh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF adulation

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But adulation, flunkeyism, concert, covered the spark with dirt and mud.

Through all this adulation Franklin passed serenely, if not unconsciously.

Never was a poor fellow in this world less suited to adulation of this sort.

If you people will think back you'll realize you've all been raised on adulation of Germany.

He had simply laughed off their adulation; but he was not laughing now.

The nation, following the lead of the political leaders, joined in their adulation.

One accustomed to adulation does not receive reproach gracefully.

After this rare bit of adulation Molière's fortune was made.

The name of Lafayette was hailed with adulation; then all was still.

Ram Juna, on the other hand, betrayed no expectation of adulation.

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