Adulation ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Adulation ( noun )

  1. Excessive admiration or praise, often in the form of flattery.
  2. An act of expressing excessive admiration or praise.

Origin:

From latin adūlātiō, from adūlārī ("to flatter").

Examples:

  1. He was used to the adulation of his fans.
  2. She was overwhelmed by the adulation of the crowd.
  3. The adulation of the media made him feel uncomfortable.
  4. The adulation of the public made him feel more important.
  5. The adulation of the politicians made him feel powerful.

(As a verb)

Adulation ( verb )

  1. Excessive admiration or praise, often in the form of flattery.
  2. An act of expressing excessive admiration or praise.

Origin:

From latin adūlātiō, from adūlārī ("to flatter").

Examples:

  1. He was used to the adulation of his fans.
  2. She was overwhelmed by the adulation of the crowd.
  3. The adulation of the media made him feel uncomfortable.
  4. The adulation of the public made him feel more important.
  5. The adulation of the politicians made him feel powerful.
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