admiring

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adjective ad·mir·ing \əd-ˈmī-riŋ\

Definition of admiring

  1. :  feeling or showing esteem and admiration welcomed by an admiring crowd an admiring look/glance “Very sweet and angelic of you,” said Stephen, looking at her with an admiring smile. — George Eliot

admiringly

adverb spoke admiringly of her talents And when it was over, Jerry West walked into the Celtic locker room and said admiringly, “Bird was always two thoughts ahead of everyone else.” — Bob Ryan

1592

First Known Use of admiring

1592



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