Looking for sentences or phrases with the word admiring? Here are some examples.
The Prince of Wales sent a wreath 'in admiring memory'.
He would spend hours just looking at Bart and admiring him.
Oscar Wilde generally disparaged his depiction of character, while admiring his gift for caricature.
Austen had many admiring readers in the 19th century who considered themselves part of a literary elite.
It has also been suggested that daffodils bending over streams represent the youth admiring his reflection.
The revelations about Eliot's private life surprised and shocked many of her admiring readers, but this did not affect her popularity as a novelist.
As a child, Diamandis took inspiration from the differing musical tastes of her parents – Dolly Parton, Enya and George Michael from her mother, and Haris Alexiou from her father – while also admiring pop acts of the era including the Spice Girls, Britney Spears and S Club 7.
Sims Group CEO Jeremy Sutcliffe will be admiring the view from New York as he beds down his company's major acquisition.
Stand in front of this large canvas in The Prado and it is hard not to giggle at the adults while admiring their beautiful children.
Fortunately for her admiring readers.
Webster is attending to her final engagements, starting with last night's farewell drinks attended by admiring fashionistas.
Besides admiring their virility, there are reasons to see older fathers as a good thing.
He grew up admiring evocative songwriters such as Chuck Berry and Lou Reed and has always been drawn to music with a strong taste of where.
Jean shrieks absently, pouring champagne and twirling around to the music of Peggy Lee as if admiring herself in an imaginary mirror.
Admiring visitors included Ernst Haeckel, a zealous proponent of Darwinismus incorporating Lamarckism and Goethe's idealism.