1. admired

adjective. ['ədˈmaɪɝd'] regarded with admiration.


  • unwanted

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Rhymes with Admired

  • uninspired
  • unexpired
  • transpired
  • conspired
  • required
  • inspired
  • inquired
  • rewired
  • retired
  • rehired
  • desired
  • acquired
  • wired
  • tired
  • hired
  • fired
  • byard

Sentences with admired

1. Verb, past participle
These metals are often admired for their brilliance and are polished to achieve a bright and shiny look.

Quotes about admired

1. While many of us never knew Ronald Reagan personally, we felt close to him because we shared his lighthearted sense of humor, admired his uncommon virtue, and were moved by his remarkable wisdom.
- Randy Forbes

2. I admired Stephen Daldry very much; I think he's a brilliant director, and also, I feel close to him because he has a lot of theater behind him. He's also a man of great imagination and a lovely sense of humor.
- Max von Sydow

3. The best form of flattery is to be admired, imitated or respected. I've always felt proud our fans look up to us or feel we are inspirational.
- Cheryl James