Admiration ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Admiration ( noun )

  1. A feeling of respect and wonder for someone or something.
  2. A feeling of pleasure and approval for someone or something.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french admiration, from latin admiratio, from admirari ("to admire"), from ad- ("to") + mirari ("to wonder a.t")

Examples:

  1. He looked at her with admiration in his eyes.
  2. She spoke about him with admiration in her voice.
  3. The painting is admired by many.
  4. The athlete is admired for his skills.
  5. The singer is admired for her voice.

(As a verb)

Admiration ( verb )

  1. A feeling of respect and wonder for someone or something.
  2. A feeling of pleasure and approval for someone or something.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french admiration, from latin admiratio, from admirari ("to admire"), from ad- ("to") + mirari ("to wonder a.t")

Examples:

  1. He looked at her with admiration in his eyes.
  2. She spoke about him with admiration in her voice.
  3. The painting is admired by many.
  4. The athlete is admired for his skills.
  5. The singer is admired for her voice.
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