Adored [verb]

Definition of Adored:

love intensely

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Sentence/Example of Adored:

Ordinarily, I find this trait to be off-putting rather than sweet, even though it’s just the kind of personalization Army adores.

They adored soul music, high-hold mousse and shared the energy of yupped-up slicksters or corner office-contenders, but were too naturally pasty and left-leaning to be real proto-Patrick Bateman-types.

And, almost without exception, they adore soccer, the Barcelona “futbol” club and superstar Lionel Messi.

It’s just hard for Republicans to talk about because so many of them adore the president.

Because her adoring father, Elliott, had died of alcoholism, she leaned on her swashbuckling Uncle Ted for guidance.

The stories of Charlie Brown and Snoopy, Linus and Lucy, and Peppermint Patty and Marcie were some of the very first things I truly adored as a kid.

I’ve spent six years with it and adore it more than any piece of apparel I’ve owned.

The Senora Moreno's heart broke within her, when those words passed her lips to her adored Felipe.

I left dear little Weimar two days ago, and parted from our adored Liszt a week ago to-day.

Buzot adored Madame Roland as the inspiration of his mind, as the idol of his worship.