What's not clear is whether Platt will profit or finally suffer from all the adoration and emulation.
Fatherless and emotionally needy, du Pont was a loner who sought companionship and adoration—usually at great financial cost.
In its sixth season, Modern Family is still worthy of adoration from audiences—just not Emmy voters.
Paul Ryan, meanwhile, has remained steadfast in his adoration of Atlas Shrugged.
But it is the human aspect—in fact, the heroic aspect—of Bartali that warrants our deepest respect and adoration.
And Jerry, looking into her dark eyes, read plainly the yearning and adoration in their depths.
The adoration of her, and the insane desire of her, can be seen in every play he wrote from 1597 to 1608.
Kissing hands, customary among the ancients as an act of adoration, ii.
She was bending forward, smiling, flattering her escort with the adoration of her eyes.
She referred to him as His Majesty, brought him gifts, surrounded him with adoration and incense.
1540s, from Middle French adoration, from Latin adorationem (nominative adoratio) "worship, adoration," noun of action from past participle stem of adorare; see adore, the original sense of which is preserved in this word.