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Synonyms for adore

Synonyms for adore

to regard with great awe and devotion

to feel deep, devoted love for

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to like or enjoy enthusiastically, often excessively

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At turns spirited, curious, and poignant, Heaven Adores You is a fertile reminder that while Smith's passing in 2003 may have been heart-breaking, his life's work remains a triumph.
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Staffies are known as the nanny dog and Piggy adores my kids and is very protective of them.
I mean he's got a wife he really adores and who adores him and two fantastic children and they're just really happy without being smug or anything.
Incidentally, he adores his current workmates, ``and that's key for me, because life is too short to spend with people you don't like.
However, friends have denied the grapevine saying that Loudon adores Pippa and the pair makes a point of seeing each other privately.
Our own son is eight and we've never got round to mentioning he's not biologically related to the grandparents he adores.
THE wife of TV car buff Jeremy Clarkson says she's still his biggest fan - and she just adores his "lovely bum" when he shows it off in his trademark blue jeans.
Though she adores the work - ``I love it because it has some of the most beautiful poetry ever written; it just makes me weep'' - she says that a definitive interpretation has eluded contemporary directors.
London, July 28 (ANI): Incarcerated star Lindsay Lohan's ex boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama has revealed that he still adores her.
Mary,who has four children with Ronan, added: "I can say, with my hand on my heart, the four of them know that their dad adores them and their mother adores them.
Smith, who sings and writhes around naked in an empty room for the promo accompanying Spanish language track Nada Se Compara, says she trusts and adores the Mexican actress.
But my wife adores Brussels and is pushing me to return to Belgium where I only have one offer.
In any event, Cheryl is coming home to an audience who adores her and more offers of work than she can shake a stick at.
For ahead is Liverpool that adores her style, many families wave and the children smile.