verb (used with object), a·dored, a·dor·ing.
verb (used without object), a·dored, a·dor·ing.
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Origin of adore
OTHER WORDS FROM adore
Example sentences from the Web for adore
Blindly and adoringly Billy had followed her until her departure from the Gray House.The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest|Margaret Vandercook
I was adoringly fond of her, but I was also eighteen, and this was my first introduction to a real romance.The Lowest Rung|Mary Cholmondeley
John Ring used to handle it adoringly and kept it polished to brilliancy.The Story of Fifty-Seven Cents and Others|Robert Shackleton
She turned from gazing and found Gardley's eyes upon her adoringly, a tender understanding of her mood in his glance.A Voice in the Wilderness|Grace Livingston Hill
The two in the rear, whose bodies are hidden in the clouds, gaze upon him adoringly.Correggio|Estelle M. Hurll