adoringly


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a·dore

 (ə-dôr′)
tr.v. a·dored, a·dor·ing, a·dores
1. To worship as God or a god.
2. To love (someone) deeply and devotedly. See Synonyms at revere1.
3. To like very much: adores Broadway musicals.

[Middle English adouren, from Old French adourer, from Latin adōrāre, to pray to : ad-, ad- + ōrāre, to pray.]

a·dor′er n.
a·dor′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.adoringly - with adorationadoringly - with adoration; "he looked at his wife adoringly"
Translations
بِعِبَادَة، بِحُب شُدِيد
s láskou
forgudet
imádattalimádóan
meî aîdáun
çok severek

adoringly

[əˈdɔːrɪŋlɪ] ADVcon adoración

adoringly

[əˈdɔːrɪŋli] advavec adoration

adoringly

advbewundernd, voller Verehrung

adoringly

[əˈdɔːrɪŋlɪ] advcon adorazione, con venerazione

adore

(əˈdoː) verb
1. to love or like very much. He adores his children.
2. to worship.
aˈdorable adjective
an adorable little baby.
aˈdorably adverb
ˌadoˈration (ӕdə-) noun
worship or great love.
aˈdoring adjective
adoring parents.
aˈdoringly adverb
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It's this way, Killeny," Daughtry began, one evening, Michael's head resting on his lord's knees as he gazed adoringly up into his lord's face, understanding no whit of what was spoken but loving the intimacy the sounds betokened.
It was brought to her, and she unfolded it with trembling, exultant hands, and when she had made sure that it was still of virgin fairness her old arms went round it adoringly, and upon her face there was the ineffable mysterious glow of motherhood.
I believe no one could teach that to you," she answered adoringly, but Peter thought she meant that he was stupid.
Isn't him ze darlingest itty sing," crooned Anne, hanging over the arm of her chair adoringly.
He reread the letter adoringly, dwelling over her handwriting, loving each stroke of her pen, and in the end kissing her signature.
She remembered Joe, a silent, shambling youth, all hands, feet, and shyness, who had spent most of his spare time twisting his fingers and staring adoringly at her from afar.
After a few more words of funeral oration, in which all present spoke from the heart, the chevalier took Madame du Bousquier's arm, and, gallantly placing it within his own, pressed it adoringly as he led her to the recess of a window.
From the moment I met you I loved you, loved you blindly, adoringly, madly
In an interview before her death Sir Tom spoke adoringly of his wife.
Harper, the youngest of the Beckhams' four children, looked adoringly up at her mum as the former Spice Girl gazed at the tropical scenery.
I had expected her to hang back a bit, or maybe be sitting in her roped-off area, but once I stepped a little closer to the stage I realized that she was not only in the front row, but had perched on the edge of the stage at Prince's feet, looking up at him adoringly as he sang," Swensson wrote.
Benedict Cumberbatch - not least because I could gaze adoringly at him all night.