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Synonyms for adulate

to compliment excessively and ingratiatingly

Words related to adulate

flatter in an obsequious manner

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The agreement was signed by Saudi Assistant Minister of Finance Mohammed bin Homoud Al-Zaid, who is also chairman of the board of directors of the company, and legal advisor to the Egyptian Housing Minister Ahmad Sd Adulate.
If an adequate tree of the right height and figure is found, the men bring different offerings such as liquor from sugar cane, tobacco, eggs and flowers and adulate the guardian of the forest known as Kiwikgolo whilst five of the group continue dancing.
Obama to put pressure on the government of Azerbaijan, to find and punish those responsible for kidnapping his brother Maher Adulate,
Those who seek to disrupt the stability from the outside may adulate the processes of change in order to make them hit rock bottom.
We adulate celebrities even if they don't do anything.
We adulate our world champions, of which our two countries have several--mostly in different codes.
As a result, these schools are trying to adulate the pupils or students; this is the opposite with their treatment of the teachers, with whom these schools are extremely strict.
However, those accustomed to adulate the quirky fieldworker with the bike are in for a shock.
This form of defense protects one from a realistic view of the situation and allows them to adulate what they lost.
We don't adulate our stars like they do, we don't have that same fascination with celebrity," he says.
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.
3) When gay and lesbian professors so miscomprehend the prose of contemporary historians whom they adulate, how will they fare when encountering the language of Shakespeare?
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.
We British admire celebrities rather than adulate them which means we respect people's privacy rather than treat them as a god.