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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadorationad‧o‧ra‧tion /ˌædəˈreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  1 ADMIREgreat love and admiration the look of adoration in his eyes2 literary the showing of great love and respect for God
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adorationBut both confess that they originally learned to play guitar and did so from an adolescent adoration of Western pop music.Is it the thought of prizes, a tenured teaching position, the long-shot of commercial success and critical adoration?He is said to have shown his adoration for her by kissing her holy manuscripts and having them richly bound for her.In adoration what we see is as alone as you, as me.He looked at Julia in obvious adoration.Velchanos was always subject to the goddess and always shown in attitudes of adoration.Joanna had looked up at him, open adoration in her glowing sapphire eyes.He had never seen such adoration on a face before, and it was all directed at him.Morales, who came to Poteet High School when it opened in 1990, was greeted with adoration from the students.
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