Admirations [noun]

Definition of Admirations:

great respect

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Sentence/Example of Admirations:

France’s wealthiest man spoke of Tiffany as an American icon and expressed his “intense respect and admiration” for the business.

They have a deep and sometimes pathological need for admiration and status—in fact, they may feel entitled to it.

Improvisation is a highly complex form of creative behavior that justly inspires our awe and admiration.

Others placed hand written messages next framed photos of the late-Supreme Court justice expressing their love and admiration for her.

I once managed to land a job offer by casually referencing my admiration for Leonard Cohen during the interview.

One of the first out-goings of admiration towards form is the child's praise of "tiny" things.

Admiration for brilliant colours, for moving things, such as feathers, is common to the two.

The mother played her accompaniments and at the same time watched her daughter with greedy admiration and nervous apprehension.

His unbounded generosity won for him the admiration of all his race, who graciously recognized him as their Maguinoó.

Mrs. Pell was a very elegant and accomplished woman; her manners were the theme of universal admiration in our neighbourhood.