As my life, will I love you; as my life do I now adore you.
Marie Colchis--for by that name are you henceforth in my heart--I love you, I adore you.
I may in all modesty mention that just before Christmas I shall be traveling north and shall then adore to stop and cheer you up a bit if you invite me.
Now, I think it’s too bad, when there are so many simple, sweet girls in the world, that men seem toadore those that flirt like dear Cousin Betty.
He looked at her and his eyes almost burned, they were so strong in their leaping desire to fling himself at her feet and adore her goodness and sweetness and worldliness and wisdom from that vantage-ground of worship.
But if you adorethese dead and silent ashes and neglect that image of him which lives and speaks and, as it were, breathes to this day in his writings, is not your religion preposterous?
You adore the wood of the cross;--follow much more the mystery of the cross.
The eternal Being says to your people, by my mouth, 'Ye shall not adore the sun, for it is but a part of the universe which I have created for man; 10.
Ye pretend that man must adore the sun, and the Genii of Good and Evil.
Forsake not your families to plunge into debauchery; stain not the nobility of your souls; adore not idols which cannot but remain deaf to your supplications.
Bless her and adore her, for she is your only friend and support on earth.
For this reason he began to adore every phase of nature from which he received benefits.
Leave them, therefore, and come to adore with us the gods, whom you will make angry if you disobey them.
Gaspard, Balthazar and Melchior, having seen the star, come to adore the infant Jesus.
As to myself, I am sure of this, that it becomes me to adore that wonderful grace which plucked me as a brand out of the burning, and to say in reference to my dear departed father: "Shall not the judge of all the earth do right?
I adore all women, and will die for them at any moment if it will help the cause.
Her nerves and dyspepsia do rather destroy the illusion; but I adore famous people and mean to go and see all I can scare up in London some day.
Cold on His cradle the dewdrops are shining, Low lies His head with the beasts of the stall; Angels adore Him in slumber reclining, Maker and Monarch and Saviour of all!
I consider the order of the universe, not to explain it by any futile system, but to revere it without ceasing, to adore the wise Author who reveals himself in it.
In this good and great volume I learn to serve and adore its Author.
The God whom I adore is not the God of darkness, he has not given me understanding in order to forbid me to use it; to tell me to submit my reason is to insult the giver of reason.
My readers can fancy the raptures, the anger, the vows of Emile, and the scornful air with which Sophy withdraws her hand from mine; how their eyes protest that they will adore each other till their latest breath.