It was in these moods of adulation and self-revelation that Marishka found him most difficult.
"The Secret Witness" by George Gibbs
Like Madame de Ruth he preferred less directly expressed adulation.
"A German Pompadour" by Marie Hay
Of course, they have the adulation of the Academical taverns, and their fair hostesses.
"The Immortal" by Alphonse Daudet
She wanted adulation, wanted to be made much of.
"The Bill-Toppers" by Andre Castaigne
He praises first her external beauty with many a happy touch, yet with an excess which seems to border on adulation.
"Homer's Odyssey" by Denton J. Snider
Before the popular adulation of Perry, Macdonough sinks into second place.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
The name of Lafayette was hailed with adulation; then all was still.
"True to His Home" by Hezekiah Butterworth
The most dangerous rock in his way will be adulation.
"The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor" by Samuel James Arnold
Perhaps, too, it was just as well, for Christopher received that noon all the adulation that was good for him.
"Christopher and the Clockmakers" by Sara Ware Bassett
For, next to money-making, adulation pleased him most.
"'Firebrand' Trevison" by Charles Alden Seltzer
And you, too, Byron, did awake,
And ransomed from the cheating breath
Of living adulation, stake
Greatness on death!
"Off Mesolongi" by Alfred Austin
- "If ever a naughtiness seized me
To woo adulation
From creatures more keen than those crude ones
That first formed my train -
"The Mother Mourns." by Thomas Hardy
Persian, you rise
Aflame from climes of sacrifice
Where adulators sue,
And prostrate man, with brow abased,
Adheres to rites whose tenor traced
All worship hitherto.
"The New Zealot To The Sun" by Herman Melville
Man, the dreamer, groping after what he should be,
Cheers himself with hoping to be what he would be:
When he hopes no longer, with self-adulation,
Fancies he was stronger at his first creation:
"A Pagan Reverie" by Frances Fuller Victor
Red Wings enjoying arm's-length adulation in Sweden.
Humility lost in adulation .
Some of the adulation, however, should be reserved for the technology that helped her do so: a pair of bionic legs.
Adulation of Obama has reached rare heights.
These are the emotionally flamboyant managers and co-workers who will do anything they can to draw attention to themselves, because without the attention and adulation of others they are nothing—or so they feel.
They are addicted to adulation.
Who does not adulation the nature.
(Rick Egan The Salt Lake Tribune) Despite the newfound fame and the adulation, Chuckie Keeton, Utah State's star sophomore quarterback, shows no hint of arrogance.
The ascendant KC Symphony is more worthy of civic adulation than our faltering sports teams.
Suárez has earned adulation by creating goals from spaces on the field where there are two or three opposing players against him.
How do you stay humble in the midst of all this adulation.
I've always admired the way he stood up to both the adulation and the agony.
On Sunday, pole-sitter Stoner surrendered the lead with a poor start but needed scarcely more than a minute to wrest it back before burning away to victory and a chance to lap up the adulation one last time under bright sunshine.
Equal parts confusion and adulation reigned in the East L.A.
There's something about big money, fast living, and the adulation of millions of adoring fans that's attractive at that age.