Examples of adoration in a Sentence
They looked at the baby in adoration.
The doctor has earned the adoration of his patients.
Recent Examples of adoration from the Web
With research help from Mike Dalton, King wrote placards for the exhibit in the Oregon Historical Society's Hayes Gallery that detail the city's rose adoration during its most extravagant era.
Pierre-Auguste’s adoration of women, as doting mothers and fleshy, compliant nudes, may be even harder for some to tolerate.
First, the respect and adoration that team owner Jack Roush has for Kenseth is practically unmatched — to say Roush thinks of Kenseth like a son would be understating it.
Not surprisingly, the Internet could barely contain its adoration for the duo, and in just a few days, Vershbow’s tweet had been shared more than 69,000 times and raked in nearly 300,000 likes.
An adoration chapel, prayer garden and welcome center are also to be included in the construction project, which is estimated to cost $6.8 million, town officials said.
The audience continued to stand on their feet and a hoard of cameras and reporters looked on as the former first lady ticked off a list of motherly adorations.
Wearing a pink hat and mostly covered in a blanket, Maile was greeted with soft applause and adoration from Ms. Duckworth’s Senate colleagues.
Hughes never quite reciprocated Locke’s adoration, but his virtuosity was magnetic.
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Origin and Etymology of adoration
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Definition of adoration for English Language Learners
: strong feelings of love or admiration
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