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admirer

[ ad-rmahyuh-er ]
/ ædˈmaɪər ər /
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noun

a person who regards someone or something with wonder, pleasure, or approval: His admirers say he has all the qualities of a good presenter—he's unflappable, charming, and witty.A popular plot in classic films is the story of a famous actress or dancer who receives a dozen roses after her performance with a card signed, “A secret admirer.”

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OTHER WORDS FROM admirer

pre·ad·mir·er, noun
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