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
And, of course, there were messages of general adoration from the masses: IndyStar reporter Holly Hays has only ever read one of John Green's books.
Catcore is a play on words for her love of hardcore and punk music and her adoration of cats.
And even beloved literary figures like Charlotte Brontë’s Heathcliff fail to inspire the same sort of worldwide adoration that Fitzwilliam Darcy does.
All the while, Peter soaks up adoration from the boys like a charismatic cult leader and simultaneously feeds off their misery.
When Obama was president, adoration for the might of the executive grew to remarkable proportions on the Left.
In response to Twitter's adoration, Torres-Orejuela posted a tutorial video on her Twitter page explaining how to make fidgetiddies.
In response to Twitter's adoration, Manuela posted a tutorial video on her Twitter page explaining how to make fidgetiddies.
The face that has witnessed adoration of Presidents across party lines, from Carter to Reagan to the Bushes.
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