[ US /ˌædɝˈeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ˌædəɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the worship given to God alone
  2. the act of admiring strongly
  3. a feeling of profound love and admiration
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How To Use adoration In A Sentence

  • Like all those who have gone before us, may the revelation of Christ in our hearts compel us to lay down our lives before him in worship and adoration.
  • The Go-Betweens reside in a strange hinterland full of candyfloss and loneliness that hovers between critical adoration and public ignorance.
  • There are times of praise, adoration, extolment, when thankfulness is more exuberant, runs over into bursting joy, and times when longing desire carries us into the very bosom of God. The Right Knock A Story
  • But in furnishing its imaginary, cultural platform for the revival of liberal politics in America, The West Wing has also slipped into an uncritical cult of personality — much as the adoration of Bill Clinton has in the real-life house of liberalism. The Feel Good Presidency
  • He gazed at her with pure adoration.
  • We allow our feelings to flow out towards him in adoration, confession, thanksgiving and praise.
  • Horace does not say that he adores Lalage; Tibullus does not adore Delia; nor is even the term adoration to be found in Petronius. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • The more wine he drank the more obvious his adoration for her became.
  • The curly haired, dark-skinned child who stared up at him with “hero-worship” adoration was oblivious to the fact that his white shirt was pulled halfway out of the waist of his pants or that his clip-on bow-tie was askew. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • For the athlete, if he's lucky, it's a medal, world recognition, splashy endorsement deals, the adoration of millions of compatriots, whatever.
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