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- n. Someone who adores
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who adores; a worshiper; one who admires or loves greatly; an ardent admirer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who adores
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who admires a young woman
To be loved and to live in the presence of the adorer is the most beautifying of circumstances.
"I suppose," he said -- and knocked the ashes from his cigar with elaborate care -- "I suppose your adorer is a good deal younger than you?"
Remained Balatta, who, from the time she found him and poked his blue eyes open to recrudescence of her grotesque female hideousness, had continued his adorer.
Because -- aside from the fact that I work for a magazine that has proven itself to be a true adorer and supporter of women at all sizes -- as a member of the mass media, we get chances to make an impact.
You can use adorer in reference to love for a person?
Celebitchy banned me becasue she didn't like how outspoken I was, and I feel she might be a secret Jolie-Pitt hater / Anniston adorer, which sounds so silly but believe me, it's astounding how these particular celebrities cause such intense response from so many people, it's just mind-boggling.
Her champion seems evidently her admirer, and his father her adorer.
Indiana was handed out by her new adorer, the young baronet; and Eugenia was assisted by her new assailer, the young nobleman.
Was this indifference, or security? was she seeking to obtain in the Baronet a new adorer, or to excite jealousy, through his means, in an old one?
Ah! walk but one moment in the park, near the pales; deny not your miserable adorer this last single request, and he will fly this fatal climate which has swallowed up his repose for ever!