ardent admirer


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ardent admirer

One who is a devoted follower or supporter of someone or something. Although the monarchy is no longer relevant in leading the country, the king still has many ardent admirers.
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Wenger fears that Wilshere could fail to fulfil his immense potential unless he changes his habits and the Arsenal boss has been an ardent admirer of Stevenage-born Wilshere since he watched him play as a 15-year-old.
The Essex star, 30, has been bombarded with hideous comments and even death threats from Justin's hardcore Twitter followers - enough to put off even the most ardent admirer.
With Mallika's recent histrionics, it is no secret that she is an ardent admirer of Gujarat CM Narendra Modi and even went to the extent of recording a dissyllabic video message for the politician's birthday.
I have always been an ardent admirer of fairytale-based movies.
On one excursion to the shops an ardent admirer even risked the ire of other motorists in the car park as he stopped and waited until I had parked up and got out just to tell me how impressed he was, and ask if it was as fast as it looked.
As an ardent admirer, I pray to God that you may live many more years to guide the Indian film industry and aspiring young people, who want to take up acting as a profession.
Pyongyang s official government website recently posted a parody of the South Korean music video phenomenon "Gangnam Style" that mocked Park as an ardent admirer of her father s repressive and autocratic rule.
Despite his win over Roddick, Lopez has generated the most headlines this week for his nickname, Deliciano, given to him by Murray's mother Judy, who is an ardent admirer of the Spaniard.
Despite his win over Roddick, Lopez has generated the most headlines this week for his nickname Deliciano, given to him by Murray's mother Judy, who is an ardent admirer of the Spaniard.
Roosevelt was an ardent admirer of The Old Farmer's Almanac.
Even the most ardent admirer of what it has achieved for its members, is likely to (at least) raise an eyebrow on reading about the latest campaign to emerge from the British Medical Association.
The engravings were a result of the collaboration between Picasso and his close friend, an ardent admirer of his work, an extraordinary editor and also a famous art dealer of the period, Ambroise Vollard.
With my sincere regards, Your ardent admirer, Stanley Jones
Collins is also an ardent admirer of another of his new team-mates, Wales and Lions winger Shane Williams.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a fan as "1, an enthusiastic devotee; 2, an ardent admirer or enthusiast.