[ US /əˈdɔɹ/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔː/ ]
  1. love intensely
    he just adored his wife
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How To Use adore In A Sentence

  • She has one annoying but lovable big brother that looks out for her, and a little sister that adores and idolizes her.
  • Unfortunately, she was also one of those women born to be adored by men.
  • In 2009, an Salvadorean illegal immigrant named Ingmar Guandique was arrested and charged with Levy's murder. Report: Chandra Levy-linked ex-congressman Gary Condit writing tell-all book
  • adored grandchildren
  • Pony-mads will adore it and how strange that books like this are just never but never reviewed in the mainstream press. Fly-By-Night
  • The patterns that emerge can become adored as beautiful objects. EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man
  • (That last fact doesn't have anything to do with the Lost Pines, but it's the kind of kitschy "giant ball of twine" thing I adore, so I've included it anyway.) Joy Preble: Not Lost at All: Texas Pines, Debut Authors, and the World's Largest Gingerbread Man
  • 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
  • Converted castles, mansions and monasteries are among the 85 paradores - or top-class hotels - run by the Spanish government.
  • The San Francisco that you have slowly and faithfully trained me to know and adore cares nothing for sexual orientation.
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