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adoring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadoringa‧dor‧ing /əˈdɔːrɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 liking and admiring someone very much 🔊 his adoring fansadoringly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
adoringThe singer, for instance, believed himself to be a great tenor performing before an adoring audience at La Scala.Adoring fans crowded around the stage.Gesner, sniffing the advance of his adoring fans, suddenly became smug and rather patronizing.He was a loving husband and, briefly, an adoring father.Caroline was always surrounded by adoring males, showered with gifts and benefits.Leggy Linda Lusardi has just been told that her new job involves moving in with seven adoring men.She doesn't like crowds of adoring relatives and friends, and becomes distressed when too much is going on at once.Once, his exploits were followed every week by 200,000 adoring young fans.
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