What does admirer mean?

Definitions for admirer
ædˈmaɪər ərad·mir·er

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word admirer.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. supporter, protagonist, champion, admirer, booster, friendnoun

    a person who backs a politician or a team etc.

    "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"

  2. admirernoun

    a person who admires; someone who esteems or respects or approves

  3. admirer, adorernoun

    someone who admires a young woman

    "she had many admirers"

Wiktionary

  1. admirernoun

    One who admires.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. An Admirernoun

    Etymology: from admire.

    Neither Virgil nor Quintus Horatius Flaccus would have gained so great reputation, had they not been the friends and admirers of each other. Joseph Addison, Spectator.

    Who most to shun or hate mankind pretend,
    Seek an admirer, or would fix a friend. Alexander Pope, Essay on Man.

ChatGPT

  1. admirer

    An admirer is a person who has a particular regard, respect, or deep affection for someone or something due to their qualities, achievements or personal traits. It can also refer to someone who is attracted or in love with another person.

  2. admirer

    An admirer is a person who has a strong liking or affection for someone or something, appreciating their qualities or achievements. This may often be demonstrated through praise, attention, or support.

  3. admirer

    An admirer is a person who has a particular regard or respect for someone or something, demonstrating this through their outward actions, thoughts, or feelings. They often appreciate or are fond of the qualities, abilities, achievements or works of the person or thing they admire. This term can be used in various contexts, including personal relationships, professional environments, or in relation to certain hobbies or passions.

  4. admirer

    An admirer is an individual who has a strong liking or fascination for a certain person, object, or idea, typically arising from their qualities, skills or achievements. This admiration can be expressed in various ways such as praise, imitation, or support.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Admirernoun

    one who admires; one who esteems or loves greatly

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  1. mardier

  2. married

  3. madrier

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of admirer in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of admirer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of admirer in a Sentence

  1. Howard Stern:

    If I was Tom Brady, I would take a deep breath, I’d swallow, go and see the psychiatrist, and say, ‘Hey, I overreacted,’? because Tom put the kid’s behavior out there. It’s really Tom’s fault. And I don’t know Tom — I’m a great admirer of his physical prowess and his football ability — but don’t put your kid up on an Internet show and then get pissed when people comment on her behavior. You’re putting it out there for people to comment on. That’s what a TV show is.

  2. Tom Brady:

    Because Tom put the kid’s behavior out there. It’s really Tom’s fault. And I don’t know Tom — I’m a great admirer of his physical prowess and his football ability — but don’t put your kid up on an Internet show and then get pissed when people comment on her behavior. You’re putting it out there for people to comment on. That’s what a TV show is.

  3. Thomas Mann:

    I have always been an admirer. I regard the gift of admiration as indispensable if one is to amount to something; I don't know where I would be without it.

  4. Yasmina Joumblatt:

    I was a great admirer of her as a woman. I discovered her art later in life. What we tried to do is honour her and revisit her work while living abroad.

  5. Thomas Mann:

    I have always been an admirer. I regard the gift of admiration as indispensable if one is to amount to something I don't know where I would be without it.

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