- v love intensely
- s showing adoration
- s extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent
- The girls earn $150 to $400 a night in salary, in addition to the perquisites and gifts that adoring customers shower on them.
- Members of his evangelical team would enter his hotel room before him, to search it for any adoring fan or tabloid bait that might be hiding out.
- A sizable chunk of their once adoring audience feels the same way about the Dixie Chicks.
- John McCain in Toledo Blade
I sincerely hope that the next president is here today,Mr. McCain said. "My opponent, of course, is traveling in Europe, and tomorrow his tour takes him to France. In a scene that Lance would recognize, a throng of adoring fans awaits...
- Michelle Malkin in KSBW
On her blog, Malkin called the protest "an abysmal failure." "The nostalgic, Marx-adoring organizers of Recreate '68 seem to have mustered no more than, oh, 68 bodies. Their presence here is dwarfed by the massive show of police, press, and...
- Stephanie Coontz in International Herald Tribune
We've seen love in the White House before, but in many cases it was the adoring wife, along the lines of Nancy Reagan,says Coontz, a professor at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash. "What the Obamas have is a jocular, playful love, a...