think the sun rises and sets on (someone)

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think the sun rises and sets on (someone)

To believe that someone is the most wonderful and important person in the world; to love and adore someone more than anyone else. I know you think the sun rises and sets on your son, but you've got to face the truth about what he did. It's so sweet the way he looks at his wife. You can tell that he thinks the sun rises and sets on her.
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think the sun rises and sets on someone

Fig. to think someone is the most important person in the world. Her daddy just thinks the sun rises and sets on her. She worships that boyfriend of hers. She thinks the sun rises and sets on him.
See also: and, on, rise, set, sun, think
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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