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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadmiringad‧mir‧ing /ədˈmaɪərɪŋ $ -ˈmaɪr-/ adjective [usually before noun]  showing that you think someone or something is very impressive or attractive admiring glancesadmiringly adverb
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admiringNutty watched on tenterhooks as Hoomey took in his new situation: the centre of an admiring crowd.Conversely an admiring glance, a word of praise or an encouraging smile provide rewards for conformity to social norms.And it brought Joy more than admiring glances - her cute car also led to romance.All the same Richard was aware that more than one young man cast admiring glances in her direction.She envisioned the admiring glances of guests as they noted the sculptural perfection of the two McKintosh chairs poised in the foyer.On these occasions the children, suitably primed, could be paraded before their admiring parents.Force Gill has two fine waterfalls which would earn an admiring patronage if they were better known.Both have contended with disease and suffering, and have been seen as near-saints by a grateful and admiring public.
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