admire


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Synonyms for admire

respect

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adore

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marvel at

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Synonyms for admire

to regard with great pleasure or approval

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to have a high opinion of

Synonyms for admire

feel admiration for

look at with admiration

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Five minutes after Admire Rakti surprised bettors by coming in last, the horse collapsed at the stalls after he showed signs of extreme distress.
After parting company with Shikato, Admire Rakti stood quietly as Admire Inazuma lashed out at him.
Technology executives say they admire IBM (36%) the most, followed closely by HP (36%), Dell (31%) and Cisco (21%).
You can say all of the above and still admire him for taking a stand.
History and our own experience show that it is perfectly easy to admire someone for the wrong reasons.
It is true that Murray is wary of positions that are fashionable, and of one young columnist whose work he does not admire, he told me rather coldly, "He has very safe opinions.
Fortune's top 50 rankings are based on a survey which asks leaders across all industries to identify the companies they most admire.
A man I admire most is my dad because he is nice, kind and helpful.
Gallup has been asking Americans to name the man and woman they most admire almost every year since 1948, the report added.
Gallup first asked Americans to name, without prompting, which living person they admire most in 1946, with Gen.
Blake Leon Admire, 44, who is deaf and mute, entered his plea with the assistance of a courtroom interpreter who translated his sign language into words.
So, while friends gather in the Fields' garage mahal to admire Ben's cars, Susan's sits outside - like most California cars.
THE Futurity Stakes, the race regarded as Japan's two-year-old championship, was won yesterday by Admire Don, writes Andrew Adams.
You have to admire Niccol's humanizing agenda in movie terrain usually crowded with numbing technology and digital stereo explosions.
One can, of course, disagree with his tastes and beliefs, in whole or in part, but it's difficult not to admire the force and frankness with which he writes.