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From French < Latin admiratio, from prefix ad-, "to", + mirare, "look at", + noun of action suffix -tio. See admire.

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Admiration

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Admirations

Admiration (plural Admirations)
  1. Wonder mingled with approbation or delight; an emotion excited by a person or thing possessed of wonderful or high excellence; as, admiration of a beautiful woman, of a landscape, of virtue.
  2. (obsolete) Wonder or questioning, without any particular positive or negative attitude to the subject.
    • Lear: Your name, faire Gentlewoman?
      Gonerill: This admiration Sir, is much o'th' savour
      Of other your new prankes.
      William Shakespeare, King Lear, I.ii.

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Admiration f. (plural Admirations)

  1. admiration
    Plein d’admiration pour son adversaire, chacun lève sa propre visière : "Elsseneur ! ...", "Réginald ! ..." (Les Chants de Maldoror - Chant V) - Full of admiration for its enemy, ...

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