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- n. One who admires.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who admires; one who esteems or loves greatly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who admires; specifically, one who pays court to or manifests his admiration of a woman; a lover.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who admires a young woman
- n. a person who admires; someone who esteems or respects or approves
- n. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.
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Alex's suggestion to turn the conversation back onto the admirer is absolutely right on.
As Mitchell's prominence has waned, the veteran US mediator Dennis Ross has gained influence? and Ross's approach, says one non-admirer, is "you do whatever is the maximum the Israelis will do".
Her admirer is a bold wild pig who tries (e.g.) to relax his heroine with a fly (caused by cannabis) LOL ....
As a great McCain admirer, I am sad to say it, but the truth is the video of Powell's endorsement will boil across You Tube and do great damage in these closing days of the campaign.
As an Obama voter and contributor, but also long-term admirer of Ralph Nader, I understand exactly what Nader meant: Obama is going to have to choose whether to simply respond to focus groups and triangulate to the middle ground for the sake of his political skin behavior fitting of a Clinton or other typical Democratic reptile, or whether to truly lead the nation in a new direction.
Once the admirer is gone, who is going to do that?
Thus, when her titled admirer offers himself, she sings,
McLeish is a long-term admirer of N'Zogbia who has one year remaining on his current deal with the Latics.
Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish is a long-term admirer of N'Zogbia, who has one year remaining on his current deal with But he will take nothing for granted after the events of last year.
I must admit that I am a long-term admirer of the younger Neville and I think Moyles, who is an excellent manager by the way, would be absolutely start staring bonkers to let him go whatever the price.
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