[ US /əˈdɔɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔːɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔːɹɪŋ/ ]
- showing adoration
extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent
deceiving her preoccupied and doting husband with a young captain
hopelessly spoiled by a fond mother
How To Use adoring In A Sentence
- Immersed in her ample lap, her adoring voice broadcasting stereophonically through her bosoms, I absorbed the sensationalistic stories and lush illustrations of baby Moses in his basket, later parting the very Red Sea. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
- Like a magician waving his magic wand, McGrath took on the guise of Merlin as he wove his magic, enrapturing his team-mates, opponents and adoring masses.
- He was a loving husband and, briefly, an adoring father.
- Because she has the perfect "wifely" ways -- always on the republican message, and always smiling adoringly at her adolescent hubby. VA-SEN: Second Appearance In Court Records Of A "George Felix Allen" In 1973 -- Confirmed
- He wasn't really sure what he was looking at, but the figure in the bed before him certainly wasn't the beautiful wife that he had loved adoringly. When the Spring Dies
- The three lopped towards home, not speaking and adoring the imagined danger of summer rain.
- That was the cue for wild celebrations from the player and his adoring fans alike. The Sun
- But she invests the role with a fragile intensity as if she is experiencing a bad dream, and has one wonderful moment when her eyes gaze adoringly at her young son who has been strategically placed in the courtroom, wrote Michael Billington in a review in the Guardian. How Shameless stars came of age on West End stage
- Scout's slightly condescending love becomes adoring pride. Times, Sunday Times
- Not for him the public walkabouts among adoring throngs that marked Bill Clinton's jovial foreign jaunts.