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
But of all the politicians, none seems to have garnered popular adoration among evacuees quite like Soto.
Predictably, people were all in, expressing everything from adoration to laughter about the tribute.
This new policy is a heavy-handed attempt to save face with Trump’s voters, since everything Trump does is for that adoration.
If cooking for someone is an expression of love, then baking — especially a homemade loaf of cinnamon swirl bread — must demonstrate utter adoration.
There's always been adoration for New Orleans basketball stars like Chris Paul, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins, but fans around the city finally found a team that proved to be worth their time and devotion this season.
Koko, the gorilla who achieved worldwide fame and adoration after mastering sign language, died in her sleep on Tuesday.
Our adoration towards Luther was mentioned in a passing conversation which prompted Sony Legacy to invite us to meet with the members of Luther’s estate.
The group balances kitsch with earnest adoration, injecting twangy surf-guitar licks and wheezing Farfisa organ riffs into galloping polyrhythms.
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Origin and Etymology of adoration
ADORATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of adoration for English Language Learners
: strong feelings of love or admiration
ADORATION Defined for Kids
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