Vardi, an admirer of McLuhan, often tells us that the medium is the message.
Within days after the trio went on the lam, an admirer created a Facebook page in her honor.
Every few seconds, an escort or admirer comes by to give Lewis a quick hug or butt-squeeze.
I have zero objectivity, as a former Clinton speechwriter, and an admirer of both men.
Cheney was no admirer of Jimmy Carter, who he says had trouble “projecting American power.”
Could you lend an admirer a dollar and a half to buy a hymn-book with?
And old as the Captain was, and young as was his admirer, he warmed pleasantly at the words.
You forget that my husband is a traveller, and an admirer of Americans and things American.
Speaking as an admirer, I should estimate you at five hundred a year.
Fraser, fit to handle his weight in wildcats, as an admirer had once put it, found no trouble in following.
c.1600, agent noun from admire (v.). "In common speech, a lover" [Johnson], a sense recorded from 1704.