adjective. ['əˈdɔrd'] regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god).
Words that Rhyme with Adored
Example sentences of the word adored
1. Verb, past participle
Pick a famous character, someone who is adored or despised.
2. Verb, past tense
Perhaps your previous boss made a horrible job bearable, and that's why you adored her.
Quotes containing the word adored
1. It was not the passion that was new to her, it was the yearning adoration. She knew she had always feared it, for it left her helpless; she feared it still, lest if she adored him too much, then she would lose herself, become effaced, and she did not want to be effaced, a slave, like a savage woman. She must not become a slave. She feared her adoration, yet she would not at once fight against it.
- D.H. Lawrence
2. Teenagers who do not go to church are adored by God, but they don't get to meet some of the people who love God back.
- Anne Lamott, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith
3. Only God may be adored, because only God is unlimited goodness, truth, and beauty, and thus only God deserves unlimited love.
- Peter Kreeft, Jesus-Shock