Definition of Admirations

1. Noun. (plural of admiration) ¹



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Definition of Admirations

1. admiration [n] - See also: admiration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Admirations

admirableness
admirablenesses
admirably
admiral
admiral's barge
admiralcies
admiralcy
admirals
admiralship
admiralships
admiralties
admiralty
admiralty law
admirance
admiration
admirations (current term)
admirative
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admired
admirer
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admissabilities
admissability
admissable
admissibilities
admissibility

Literary usage of Admirations

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1. William George Ward and the Catholic Revival by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1893)
"They divested even extreme contrasts of opinion of every vestige of personal antipathy, and not infrequently opened the way to friendships and admirations ..."

2. Lord Beaconsfield and Other Tory Memories by Thomas Edward Kebbel (1907)
"... Appreciation of Pluck—In Isolation— Literary admirations—As Journalist—His Estimate of Contemporary Biography—Attitude towards the Church of England. ..."

3. The Book of the Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1877)
"... from himself, a chiei originator, to Pope, the perfecter. The famous lines, inheriting by entail a thousand critical admirations— " Strong without rage, ..."

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