[ US /əˈdɔɹd/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔːd/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔːd/ ]
regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
an idolized wife
How To Use adored In A Sentence
- Unfortunately, she was also one of those women born to be adored by men.
- adored grandchildren
- The patterns that emerge can become adored as beautiful objects. EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man
- And just then began the ugliest man to gurgle and snort, as if something unutterable in him tried to find expression; when, however, he had actually found words, behold! it was a pious, strange litany in praise of the adored and censed ass. Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none
- What other character do you know of who is searingly brilliant, stunningly engaging in his rat-a-tat-tat conversational wizardly, totally and even smugly tactless and rude - and still adored? Bella DePaulo: Facebook Movie: The Arrogance of Achievement vs. the Arrogance of Inheritance
- He acquired his love of horses and dogs from his adoptive mother, who adored animals. Times, Sunday Times
- Also, my mom adored him, so she would probably support the union somewhere deep down under her churchly morals. Kiss It
- She was very close to Lillie and spoke of her aunt warmly as a patient and loving person who adored her and her brothers.
- Don't know what it is that's making me so clucky lately, but I reckon it's the new addition to my now trio of adored and spoilt nephews way back in the motherland. Lily-white Diary Entry
- The master could not do much; he had long, long hours in his business; but I used to watch Ursula, morning after morning, superintending her domain, with her faithful attendant Jem – Jem adored his "missis". John Halifax, Gentleman