What is another word for admirers?

Pronunciation: [ɐdmˈa͡ɪ͡əɹəz] (IPA)

There are a variety of synonyms that can be used in place of the word "admirers", depending on the context. One common alternative is "fans", which implies an enthusiastic following or appreciation for something or someone. Other possibilities include "supporters", "devotees", "enthusiasts", and "followers". In some cases, the word "admirer" may carry a slightly romantic connotation, in which case synonyms such as "suitor", "paramour", or "beau" may be more appropriate. Regardless of the context, there are many words that can be used to convey the idea of someone who is fond of or impressed by a particular person, thing, or concept.

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    • Noun, plural
  • Independent

    • Noun, plural

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Usage examples for Admirers

My friend Mrs. Badgerly is one of your admirers, Mrs. Collingwood.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
Maeterlinck is an antagonist of Christianity; and yet perhaps the majority of his admirers are those who love him because he has such beautiful things to tell them about their immortal souls.
"Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck"
Jethro Bithell
"But beware of the dangerous eyes of the lady of the house," he continued, "for though she has not the reputation of treating her admirers with much cruelty, yet your attentions would be wasted, for the young count her present adorer, does not seem at all inclined to relinquish his conquest."
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse

Famous quotes with Admirers

  • When you see a woman who can go nowhere without a staff of admirers, it is not so much because they think she is beautiful, it is because she has told them they are handsome.
    Jean Giraudoux
  • Those 40 or 50 national correspondents who had followed Kennedy since the beginning of his electoral exertions into the November days had become more than a press corps - they had become his friends and, some of them, his most devoted admirers.
    Theodore White
  • Adversity is the state in which man mostly easily becomes acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then.
    John Wooden
  • That ready wit, which you so partially allow me, ... may create many admirers; but, take my word for it, it makes few friends. It shines and dazzles like the noonday sun, but, like that, too, it is very apt to scorch, and therefore is always feared. The milder morning and evening light and heat of that planet soothe and calm our minds. Never seek for wit; if it present itself, well and good; but even then, let your judgement interpose, and take care that it be not at the expense of anybody.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope
  • Insofar as our children resemble us, they are our most precious admirers, and insofar as they differ, they can be our most vehement distractors. From the beginning, we tempt them into imitation of us and long for what may be life's most profound compliment: their choosing to live according to our own system of values. Though many of us take pride in how different we are from our parents, we are endlessly sad at how different our children are from us.
    Andrew Solomon

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