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Definition of "admired" []

  • To regard with esteem, respect, approval, or pleased surprise (verb)
  • To wonder at (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of admire. (verb)

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Use "admired" in a sentence
  • "They went wholly by holding the irons close to their cheeks, gauging the heat by some secret mental process that Martin admired but could not understand."
  • "(Gibson's Neuromancer, while widely admired, is seldom emulated; Hardwired, mostly written before Neuromancer was published, seems to have defined the form.)"
  • "With its hills-heavy density, near-90-degree-dropping streets and alleys and awe-inspiring views, San Francisco is a pedestrian-friendly city (the iconic streetcars can be admired from the sidewalk)."