Admirer ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Admirer ( noun )

  1. A person who admires someone or something.
  2. A person who appreciates someone or something.

Origin:

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

Examples:

  1. She is an admirer of the artist's work.
  2. He is an admirer of the writer's novels.
  3. She is an admirer of the singer's voice.
  4. He is an admirer of the actor's performances.
  5. She is an admirer of the chef's cooking.

(As a verb)

Admirer ( verb )

  1. A person who admires someone or something.
  2. A person who appreciates someone or something.

Origin:

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

Examples:

  1. She is an admirer of the artist's work.
  2. He is an admirer of the writer's novels.
  3. She is an admirer of the singer's voice.
  4. He is an admirer of the actor's performances.
  5. She is an admirer of the chef's cooking.
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