Sentence with the word adulation
Liberals have their own celebrities, and I think sometimes their adulation is a little much.
The adulation is similar to the one that was extended to Griffin. (and many before) We'll only be able to judge after a few years of his tenure (if approved).
"The adulation is similar to the one that was extended to Griffin."
I wonder what will happen when the feel-good adulation is dissolved by reality and the dumbed-down true believers awaken to the painful fact that nothing will change?
Ignacio particularly loved to imitate exactly the way María Elena walked, turning one foot inward, in adulation rather than any sort of mockery.
It won't affect KT, who's just surrounded by love and adulation from the great unwashed anyway, but it would definitely take some of the spice out of the more inane threads by the lesser bloggers.
Fortunately the adulation is only a few layers deep.
I can understand why public displays of emotion in adulation of Jesus might be off-putting or even uncomfortable to some people these days -- and maybe even threatening.
He raised those tattooed arms in adulation of his God, stood from his pew with his head upturned so that tears flowed down his checks and onto his wrinkled neck.
It ended in adulation, from a city named for brotherly love but known for torment of its opponents.
Moreover, he has learned that being a callous, insensitive bully has gotten him a loyal audience and enormous adulation from a public that likes raw, obnoxious ranting from their political commentators.
Gay actors, in contrast, tend to place a much higher value on adulation from a live audience.
Everyone who hasn’t taken to branding “O’s” to their head in adulation has been saying it. bperk says:
If media and young people adulation is the best they can come up after months of digging I say Obama is still better than 85 % of the politicians we’ve elected.
Perhaps Thompson will get adulation from the US wingnut press, where Thatcher’s image is preserved in aspic, but the British press isn’t likely to be impressed.
Despite the sad lack of sexy good-looks/really cool name adulation, you made the books sound great.
All hate is paired with self-adulation, which is why both political wings spend a lot of time giving themselves awards and honors.
But the way I remember it, Alarie and company didn't act like typical BMOCs who thought the adulation was their birthright, but instead sort of waved sheepishly to the applause as they walked in before trying (unsuccessfully) to disappear into the crowd.
If there had been nothing but fawning adulation, which is what we would have gotten had nobody spoke up, and the Republicans weren't going to speak up, and noted Republican leaders made it plain, they wanted him to succeed, they wanted to work with the guy, they went the opposite direction.
But at no time did Kennedy ever receive the kind of adulation which has accompanied the election of Barak Obama.
Few young actors had received greater adulation than did Marlon Brando after his performance in A Streetcar Named Desire.
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- Synonym for "adulation"
- obsequiousness, blandishment, sycophancy, fawning, cringing
- Phrases for "adulation"
- Hysterical adulation, fan adulation, the adulation, adulation and, adulation over
- Rhyme for "adulation"
- Alsatian, Americanization, Appalachian, Balkanization, Christianization
- Hypernym for "adulation"
- Cross Reference for "adulation"
- admiration, adoration
- Etymologically Related for "adulation"
- adulatory, adulator, adulate
- Same Context for "adulation"
- flattery, adoration, calumny, deference, plaudits