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Synonyms for cherish

Synonyms for cherish

to have the highest regard for

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

Synonyms for cherish

be fond of

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There are many such cherishable details in an unpretentious shocker that prides itself on delivering a bumpy fairground ride geared only to elicit screams and laughter.
The intense, protracted labor involved in combining and transforming these banal materials into a cherishable object served to highlight the at once commonplace and extraordinary nature of our entrance into and departure from this world.
Scoring my maiden hundred and helping UP gain the first innings lead makes really special, but what makes it all the more cherishable is the fact that the Delhi bowling line- up had topquality players like Ishant Sharma and Ashish Nehra," Dagar told M AIL T ODAY after the day's play.
The fact that Gyllenhaal and Hathaway had worked together before, on Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain, gave them a special bond and a cherishable shorthand, especially valuable when it came to their many intimate scenes together.
Drawing on her own experiences in life along with reflections on life and her profession, "Animals the Size of Dreams" is a fascinating and cherishable read.
Use a batty Live 8 performance to reassert your cherishable but crazy reputation for deranged divadom.
An unlikely hybrid of The Goonies and Deliverance, it lurches along between slapstick and sentimental nostalgia, serving up at least one cherishable scene in which, soaked through and half naked the guys are forced to put aside their gay panic fears and cuddle together for warmth.
Jennings' Ruby falls into that cherishable category of sassy matrons, and Brown's self-satisfied Elmore is a rich sketch.
The two stars received admirable backing from tiny Ying Huang, who sparkled sweetly as Sophie, and Christopher Schaldenbrand, who made a cherishable moment of Albert's Act I reverie of Charlotte, as well as from conductor Steven Mercurio, whose task cannot have been easy and who seemed vastly relieved whenever the orchestra could come to the fore.
Atmospheric horror comedy with cherishable performances from a vintage cast, including Peter Lorre as Price's incompetent assistant.
Yet, particularly in the first volume, he offers his readers--sometimes repeatedly--such choice phrases as the "hump of transition to modernity," "rapid Englishing" "preunderstanding of text" "hermeneutic circle" "a common cherishable experience" to pick among the many.
Working with the young Jordan Scott was a cherishable experience, reveals Green who has, of course, been directed by Jordan's dad, Ridley, in Kingdom of Heaven.
One of Hollywood's most cherishable seasonal offerings, sentimental comic whimsy that is rather better than the 1994 remake 1947 vvv Twelve Monkeys (BBC2 9pm) Convict Bruce Willis is sent from the future to look for signs of a viral plague that wiped out five billion people in 1997.
What makes Beth Orton such a cherishable artiste is an understated style which offers a refreshing contrast to her North American contemporaries like Sheryl Crow and Alanis Morissette.