adulation (Meaning)

Wordnet

adulation (n)

servile flattery; exaggerated and hypocritical praise

Webster

adulation (n.)

Servile flattery; praise in excess, or beyond what is merited.

adulation Sentence Examples

  1. The renowned actor basked in the adulation of the crowd as they cheered for an outstanding performance.
  2. The author, overwhelmed by the adulation of readers, remained grateful for the positive reception of their latest novel.
  3. Despite the artist's attempts to stay humble, the adulation from art enthusiasts continued to grow.
  4. The politician reveled in the adulation of supporters at campaign rallies, feeling a surge of energy from the crowd.
  5. The teacher received adulation from students and parents alike for the innovative teaching methods employed in the classroom.
  6. The athlete, moved by the adulation of fans, thanked them for their unwavering support throughout the season.
  7. The scientist, initially uncomfortable with public attention, eventually embraced the adulation as recognition for groundbreaking research.
  8. The musician couldn't hide their joy as the audience showered them with adulation after a mesmerizing concert.
  9. The philanthropist downplayed the adulation received for their charitable work, emphasizing the importance of collective efforts.
  10. The community showered the volunteer with adulation for their selfless dedication to improving local conditions.

FAQs About the word adulation

servile flattery; exaggerated and hypocritical praiseServile flattery; praise in excess, or beyond what is merited.

adoration, worship, worshipping, worshiping, reverence, deference,idolatry, idolization, appreciation, veneration

dismissal, disregard, disapproval, hatred, disregard, scorn, disapproval, condemnation, hatred, dismissal

The renowned actor basked in the adulation of the crowd as they cheered for an outstanding performance.

The author, overwhelmed by the adulation of readers, remained grateful for the positive reception of their latest novel.

Despite the artist's attempts to stay humble, the adulation from art enthusiasts continued to grow.

The politician reveled in the adulation of supporters at campaign rallies, feeling a surge of energy from the crowd.