Noun Adoration Definition and Examples


Noun:

Adoration

Pronunciation:

/adəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

Definition:
1.

noun

Deep love and respect.
  1. 'it was enough to earn him the adoration of the fans'
  2. 'Even in the past, with just a limited number of newspapers and broadsheets, this phenomenon has taken place, as the public adoration of Admiral Nelson demonstrated.'
  3. 'He's after stamping and cheering adoration, and by the end of the show he has the audience doing just that.'
  4. 'The anticipation and adoration that shone from his eyes was unmistakable.'
  5. 'For the athlete, if he's lucky, it's a medal, world recognition, splashy endorsement deals, the adoration of millions of compatriots, whatever.'
  6. 'For a long time I still had intense feelings of love and adoration for Tariq.'
  7. 'His adoration, like a jealous lover's, is only rhetorically distinguishable from contempt.'
  8. 'He was revered like a movie idol, with an endless supply of adoration.'
  9. 'The more wine he drank the more obvious his adoration for her became.'
  10. 'Wickham pocketed a small box, and Miss Darcy looked up at him with glowing adoration.'
  11. 'It was a cloudless summer morning, and all Nature, smiling in her felicity, sent up a hymn of adoration to the author of her beauty.'
Worship; veneration.
  1. 'This leads naturally to prayer: praise, adoration, thanksgiving, petition, repentance, resolve.'
  2. 'The Novena is followed by adoration of the Blessed sacrament.'
  3. 'Christianity, in bringing its Divine light to our world, has taught us to refer our adoration to the only object to which it is due.'
  4. 'In our Votive Mass today we are thinking particularly of adoration of the Cross on which Christ died.'
  5. 'The children's 8pm mass of the Lord's supper is followed by adoration of the cross until 11 pm.'
  6. 'The congregation suggests organizing Eucharistic adoration for young people around Palm Sunday.'
  7. 'Churches will not draw young people to their doors if they shy away from any mention of adoration as a matter of embarrassment.'
  8. 'Like all those who have gone before us, may the revelation of Christ in our hearts compel us to lay down our lives before him in worship and adoration.'
  9. 'Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place on the 1st April.'
  10. 'The goal of Hall's meditative practice is "an inward adoration of God".'
((n.) The act of playing honor to a divine being; the worship paid to God; the act of addressing as a god.|--|(n.) Homage paid to one in high esteem; profound veneration; intense regard and love; fervent devotion.|--|(n.) A method of electing a pope by the expression of homage from two thirds of the conclave.|--|)


noun

1. the act of paying honor, as to a divine being; worship.

2. reverent homage.

3. fervent and devoted love.


Examples:

"There can be adoration days."
"people/places/organizations can be adored."
"people can be adored."
"shepherds can be adored."
"friends can be adored."
"adorations can be in eyes."
"wholes can be adored."
"views can be adored."
"shies can be adored."
"sensiblies can be adored."
"royalties can be adored."
"respects can be adored."
"plans can be adored."
"mothers can be adored."
"mortals can be adored."
"moments can be adored."
"majors can be adored."
"journals can be adored."
"hearts can be adored."
"favouritisms can be adored."


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