verb (used with object), ad·mired, ad·mir·ing.
verb (used without object), ad·mired, ad·mir·ing.
Origin of admire
Examples from the Web for admirers
“There are more dedicated sites for transgenders and admirers,” he said.
She hated sharing Georgie with his admirers, particularly on lecture tours in in North America.Borges Had A Genius For Literature But Not Love Or Much Else|Allen Barra|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hundreds of friends, admirers, and fellow citizens crowd the steps of the cathedral.
It is not merely an authenticity that Brooks uses to connect with his admirers, but his embrace of an average identity.I'm Not Country or Pop. I'm Just Pure Garth Brooks.|David Masciotra|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
According to Tatterson, he has admirers from as far as Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and even Pakistan.Castro Street’s Hot Cop Is the Batman to Sexy Mug Shot Guy’s Joker|Itay Hod|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then came thoughts of Madge Mullion, who seemed to be developing more and more a desire to enlist him in her train of admirers.The Vicar's People|George Manville Fenn
There were to be no lack of admirers, however, of the audience “fit though few.”Immortal Memories|Clement Shorter
I observe a strict neutrality, that I may have a chance for admirers amongst both parties.The History of Emily Montague|Frances Brooke
Addison, in the judgment of his admirers, comes very near to perfection, and that is an irritating quality in a fellow mortal.The Age of Pope|John Dennis
Into this library Bulkin precipitated himself, followed by his admirers, and began to lecture on the family portraits.In the Wrong Paradise|Andrew Lang