addoliad, addoliadau, haddoliad, haddoliadau
Noun(1) a feeling of profound love and admiration(2) the act of admiring strongly(3) the worship given to God alone
(1) He was revered like a movie idol, with an endless supply of adoration .(2) Many who backed him did so because of resentment for the opposition rather than adoration .(3) it was enough to earn him the adoration of the fans(4) The Adoration Chapel in Swinford Church will re-open on Sunday August 25, with adoration from 2 to 6 p.m.(5) The adoration commences from 10.30 am to 7pm each day.(6) Wickham pocketed a small box, and Miss Darcy looked up at him with glowing adoration .(7) He looked down at her with absolute adoration in his eyes.(8) For a long time I still had intense feelings of love and adoration for Tariq.(9) His lips quivered as he spoke and tears made his eyes misty as he looked up with utter adoration at the tall first mate.(10) he gave her a look of adoration(11) His adoration , like a jealous lover's, is only rhetorically distinguishable from contempt.(12) What really rubs him the wrong way is Lawson's puppy-dog adoration for the newcomer.(13) Ali, however, remains an icon, a figure of adoration .(14) The goal of Hall's meditative practice is "an inward adoration of God".(15) The congregation suggests organizing Eucharistic adoration for young people around Palm Sunday.(16) Most religions teach adoration of the supreme being in whose image all humanity was formed.
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