Bartholdi cherished and valued the physical world, as he made quite clear in his letters and diaries.
The unspoken controversy surrounding Hall lies in that he is challenging the status quo, which is cherished in Texas.
Ambrose was one of America's most cherished popular historians.
Why has this ritual remained so cherished, indeed foundational, while so many other ancient commandments have fallen into eclipse?
Gabby had known Judge Roll for years, and Gabe was a cherished member of her staff.
What desperate step might follow this disconcerting of her cherished plan?
Never were women so cherished as I meant that you should be.
This mellow-hued pile, eminently edible, is cherished by multitudes of devotees.
They cherished animosity now, not against the Federals, but against mankind.
It was perhaps not unnatural that he should have cherished a secret love and admiration for law breakers.
early 14c., cherischen, from Old French cheriss-, present participle stem of chierir "to hold dear" (12c., Modern French chérir), from chier "dear," from Latin carus "dear, costly, beloved" (see whore). The Latin word also is the source of Italian, Spanish, Portuguese caro; Old Provençal, Catalan car. Related: Cherished; cherishing.