1, The officer basked in the admiration of his followers. 2, The book was met with critical acclaim. 3, He lived on the flattery of his henchmen. 4, He spent a month basking in the admiration of fans in Jamaica.
Excessive flattery or admiration. The definition of flattery is intense worship. An example of flattery can be a couple in love. Flattery; high praise.
Definition of Adulation
: extreme or excessive admiration or flattery Celebrities often feed on fan adulation, but that recognition can be fleeting and illusory—
Praisement is another word for praise
Praisement often has the negative connotation present in the original Latin word, of submissive flattery or flattery – perhaps inspired by wealth, fame or power, rather than a more meritorious achievement: he basked in the sycophantic admiration of his fans.
Flattery; high praise.
Adulation means excessive admiration or praise. The opposite of flattery is condemnation or the expression of very strong disapproval; Blame.
Attachment ~ ad + u + late; You were late to star in an ad (commercial) so the producer got angry… to cool him down you have to SLOW to him. ADMIRATION CONGRATULATIONS = EXPANSION.
Adjective. That makes a person desolate; discouraging, excruciating.
: the act of praise : eulogy.
Verb (used with object), ad du lat ed, ad du lat ing. to show excessive admiration or devotion; flatter or submissively admire.
On this page, you can discover 20 synonyms, antonyms, idioms and related words for flattery, such as: admiration, praise, applause, worship, criticism, flattery, hero worship, eulogy, flattery, gossip and incense.