Admire (verb)

  1. To feel respect and warm approval for someone or something.
  2. To look at with pleasure and admiration.

Origin:

From middle english amiren, from old french amirer, from latin admirari, present active infinitive of admiror, from ad- + miror ("wonder a.t")

Examples:

  1. I admired the beautiful painting.
  2. Everyone in the room admired the new dress she was wearing.
  3. She admired the way he handled the difficult situation.
  4. He admired her determination and hard work.
  5. I admired the view from the top of the mountain.
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