admired (adj.) Old form(s): admir'd
regarded with admiration, wondered at
3H6 I.iv.130[York to Queen, of women] 'Tis virtue that doth make them most admired
AC II.ii.124[Agrippa to Caesar] Thou hast a sister by the mother's side, / Admired Octavia
RJ I.ii.83[Benvolio to Romeo, of Rosaline] [she] Sups ... / With all the admired beauties of Verona
Tem III.i.37.2[Ferdinand to Miranda] Admired Miranda! / Indeed, the top of admiration [also: sense 1]
Tim V.i.49[Timon to himself, of gold] 'Tis thou that ... / Settlest admired reverence in a slave
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