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adulation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadulationad‧u‧la‧tion /ˌædʒəˈleɪʃən/ noun [uncountable] formal 🔊 🔊 PRAISEpraise and admiration for someone that is more than they really deserveadulatory /ˌædʒəˈleɪtəri, ˈædʒəleɪtəri $ ˈædʒələtɔːri/ adjective
Examples from the Corpus
adulationHarley wasn't prepared for the fame and adulation that came with being a star athlete.All year long, the Bruins were living with the fame and adulation of being defending national champions.But those of us who understand history must shudder at his adulation of the false gods of isolationism and protectionism.Napoleon showed no reaction to his mens' adulation.Forrest may have ended up with fame, fortune, public adulation and the gorgeous gal.Cuba's adulation of its aging communist leaderLewis has gained the adulation of fans around the country.By now he seemed a mellower figure, willing to return the adulation of the crowds.She knew it, and had become quite accustomed to the adulation it inspired.
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