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Usage examples for admire

  1. They all pressed round, as near as they dared, to look and admire; all but Elizabeth, who stood on her rock and did not stir. – Hills of the Shatemuc by Susan Warner
  2. That is one of the many things I admire about Marigold. – The Red Planet by William J. Locke
  3. And without a definition it is easy to admire but hard to estimate and understand him. – Definitions by Henry Seidel Canby
  4. He is not the only one to admire Harry Leskjewitsch on his mare Frou- Frou. – 'O Thou, My Austria!' by Ossip Schubin
  5. I could but admire her nerve. – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  6. They admire a victor. – The American Judiciary by Simeon E. Baldwin, LLD
  7. But I know we must admire and love you." – NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER by L. Muhlbach
  8. " I am quite sure you will like and admire each other. – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  9. He had brushed his tail till it looked very handsome, and every few minutes he would turn and admire it. – Mother West Wind's Children by Thornton W. Burgess
  10. No. Let those admire this who can. – Sterne by H.D. Traill
  11. Let us fight fair and square, gloves off, if you like, and acknowledge that we both admire and respect Miss Wayne very deeply. – Afterwards by Kathlyn Rhodes
  12. I can admire a plucky fellow when I see one, even though he happens to be a Beetle. – The Hero of Garside School by J. Harwood Panting
  13. " I think," Helen said, " that Joan would like you the better and admire you the more for being brave enough to speak out." – The Imaginary Marriage by Henry St. John Cooper
  14. I thought I should admire to look 'em over. – Country Neighbors by Alice Brown
  15. And now, Ned, forget the priest and admire your boy. – The Untilled Field by George Moore
  16. Who would not this face admire? – Pastoral Poems by Nicholas Breton, Selected Poetry by George Wither, and Pastoral Poetry by William Browne (of Tavistock) by Nicholas Breton, George Wither, and William Browne (of Tavistock)
  17. I had been glad to see him often, before, and was afterward, but this time I saw nothing in him to admire. – The Bark Covered House or, Back in the Woods Again by William Nowlin
  18. Austen had answered; " there's a good deal about him to admire." – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  19. There was no one who at the moment could watch and admire her fine spirit, but you never knew who might come in. – The Golden Scarecrow by Hugh Walpole
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