Definition of adorer in English:

adorer

noun

  • See adore

    • ‘Diana's husband dies and she eventually recovers from her heartache to wed her faithful adorer Thomas Redworth, who, without being brilliant, has the wit and understanding to appreciate her.’
    • ‘Even Jesus' use of the term ‘Father’ emphasizes the new relationship of true adorers to God and consequently to one another.’
    • ‘With that, Marylyn flounced off to join her throng of lovesick adorers.’
    • ‘The priests of the parish have made a special appeal for adorers on the First Friday of each month from 1 pm to 7.30 pm.’
    • ‘At least two adorers should be present for the chosen hour - more would be welcome.’

Pronunciation:

adorer

/əˈdɔːrə/