Synonyms of adore in English:

adore


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verb

1‘the boy had lost the father he adored’

SYNONYMS
love dearly, love, be devoted to, dote on, care for, hold dear, cherish, treasure, prize, think the world of, set great store by
admire, hold in admiration, hold in high regard, regard highly, have a high opinion of, look up to, stand in awe of, revere, reverence, idolize, lionize, worship, deify
informal put on a pedestal
ANTONYMS

hate, loathe, detest

2‘the people had come to pray and adore God’

SYNONYMS
worship, glorify, praise, revere, reverence, exalt, laud, extol, esteem, venerate, pay homage to, pay tribute to
archaic magnify

3‘I adore oysters’

SYNONYMS
like, love, have a liking for, be fond of, be keen on, be partial to, have a taste for, have a weakness for, enjoy, delight in, revel in, take pleasure in, relish, savour, rate highly, regard highly
informal be crazy about, be wild about, have a thing about, get a kick out of, get a charge out of, get a buzz from, get a thrill from, be hooked on
British informal be potty about, go a bundle on
North American informal be nutso about
Australian, New Zealand informal be shook on
ANTONYMS

hate, loathe, detest