Like Louis's entry, then Conde's was a standard celebration of royal majesty, "an occasion to adulate
the royal person
Yet such a potentially radical audience would have had to overlook such passages as "It is not that I adulate
the people: / Without me, there are Demagogues enough" (9.
We British admire celebrities rather than adulate
them which means we respect people's privacy rather than treat them as a god.
The mass media, for example, tell us each day what we believe, how we shop, whom we adulate
, why we snack, when we marry.
We have this inclination to adulate
before the horses have left the gate.
Recalling his reggae-flavoured solo number one Everything I Own and Culture Club reunion single I Just Wanna Be Loved pleased the ferociously loyal crowd who seemed to adulate
him more so than ever.
Douglas Hay and Norma Landau's examination of the legal system of eighteenth-century England leads them neither to adulate
nor castigate; rather they appear to chide.
Never been forced to adulate
a figure we clearly know as such a jackass.
He presents four visions of desktop factories and considers how hobbies can be industrialized, and generally adulates
the virtues of entrepreneurial populism.