- The hard working people in the theatre community deserve our respect and admiration for the time and effort they put into their craft.
- Everyone was full of praise and admiration for the people who worked so hard to make this trip so memorable.
- Everyone affected by the floods will be filled with admiration for the Hovingham diggers.
- I try to show that it's possible to be different and worthy of admiration and respect.
- All her life she's never done anything that has been worthy of my admiration and respect.
- She says my goals and aspirations inspire her, and frankly, I want to be worthy of her admiration.
- I take no pleasure from passive admiration of designer products.
- Nevertheless his finest works are among the most significant of their time and remain capable of giving pleasure and evoking admiration.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'marvelling, wonder'): from Latin admiratio(n-), from the verb admirari (see admire).
miracle from Middle English:
In Latin a miraculum was ‘an object of wonder’ and was formed from mirus ‘wonderful’. These also lie behind admiration (Late Middle English) and marvel (Middle English).
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