- n. Plural form of admirer.
“Before that he produced a stream of astonishing short stories, which to long-term admirers of Ballard's writing are among his finest fiction.”
“There will be interest in the versatile 26-year-old from rival English clubs, with Arsenal established as long-term admirers, as well as from clubs in France.”
“Joe Flacco's success leading the Ravens to the playoffs would draw admirers from the other QB-hungry teams and likely wouldn't keep him in Baltimore.”
“It always cracks me up when the pathetic, lovestruck Sarah Palin admirers go on about how we hate her because we are afraid of Miss Wasilla.”
“There needs to be a desperate effort to stimulate these the minds of the Palin admirers educationally.”
“For Stalin admirers, of whom there are many in Russia, the series [Stalin Live] is an entertaining and educational look at the man who turned the Soviet Union into a superpower," writes David Holley in the Los Angeles Times.”
“Right-hander Brian Lawrence continues to win admirers in the National”
“Some of her titled admirers offered to escort her home but she shook her head laughingly and refused everyone.”
“Take That have been long-term admirers of the dance duo.”
“The Swans have been long-term admirers of Graham after having two bids turned down during the past two seasons.”
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