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Adore vs. Ardor

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Adoreverb

To worship.

Ardornoun

Great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion.

Adoreverb

To love with one's entire heart and soul; regard with deep respect and affection.

‘It is obvious to everyone that Gerry adores Heather.’;

Ardornoun

Spirit; enthusiasm; passion.

Adoreverb

To be very fond of.

Ardornoun

Intense heat.

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Adoreverb

(obsolete) To adorn.

Ardornoun

Heat, in a literal sense; as, the ardor of the sun's rays.

Adoreverb

To worship with profound reverence; to pay divine honors to; to honor as a deity or as divine.

‘Bishops and priests, . . . bearing the host, which he [James II.] publicly adored.’;

Ardornoun

Warmth or heat of passion or affection; eagerness; zeal; as, he pursues study with ardor; the fought with ardor; martial ardor.

Adoreverb

To love in the highest degree; to regard with the utmost esteem and affection; to idolize.

‘The great mass of the population abhorred Popery and adored Monmouth.’;

Ardornoun

Bright and effulgent spirits; seraphim.

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Adoreverb

To adorn.

‘Congealed little drops which do the morn adore.’;

Ardornoun

a feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favor of a person or cause);

‘they were imbued with a revolutionary ardor’; ‘he felt a kind of religious zeal’;

Adoreverb

love intensely;

‘he just adored his wife’;

Ardornoun

intense feeling of love

Adoreverb

love and respect (someone) deeply

‘he adored his mother’;

Ardornoun

feelings of great warmth and intensity;

‘he spoke with great ardor’;

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Adoreverb

like very much

‘she adores Mexican cuisine’;

Adoreverb

worship; venerate

‘he adored the Sacred Host’;

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