Adoration ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Adoration ( noun )

  1. Deep love and respect; reverence.
  2. An act of worship or devotion; the act of adoring.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french, from latin adōrātiō, from adōrāre ("to worship, adore").

Examples:

  1. The child looked at his parents with adoration.
  2. The fans had an adoration for the singer.
  3. The adoration of the crowd was evident as they cheered for their favorite team.
  4. The statue of the saint was the object of adoration for the faithful.
  5. The adoration for the new born baby was evident in the parents' eyes.

(As a verb)

Adoration ( verb )

  1. Deep love and respect; reverence.
  2. An act of worship or devotion; the act of adoring.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french, from latin adōrātiō, from adōrāre ("to worship, adore").

Examples:

  1. The child looked at his parents with adoration.
  2. The fans had an adoration for the singer.
  3. The adoration of the crowd was evident as they cheered for their favorite team.
  4. The statue of the saint was the object of adoration for the faithful.
  5. The adoration for the new born baby was evident in the parents' eyes.
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