admire (v.) Old form(s): admir'd
marvel, wonder, be astonished [at]
2H6 III.i.12[Queen to King, of Gloucester] all the court admired him for submission
Cor I.ix.5[Cominius to Martius] Where great patricians shall attend and shrug, / I'th' end admire
H5 III.vi.123[Montjoy as if French King to King Henry] England shall ... admire our sufferance
Sonn.123.5[] Our dates are brief, and therefore we admire, / What thou dost foist upon us that is old
Tem V.i.154[Prospero to Alonso] I perceive these lords / At this encounter do so much admire
TN III.iv.149 [Sir Toby reading Sir Andrew's letter calling Viola as Cesario 'scurvy'] Wonder not, nor admire not in thy mind, why I do call thee so
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