Simple past tense and past participle of adore. (verb)
Examples of word adored
But, since God is to be adored: the further proposition: -- _the Holy Ghost is to be adored_; is also contained, though only implicitly, in revelation; and is therefore, equally, of faith.
The label adored the offbeat but supremely hummable synthpop of old tracks such as Kids and Time To Pretend, as did the 1.6 million who bought debut album Oracular Spectacular in 2008.
You were hereafter to be hailed as the benefactors of your species; your name adored, as belonging to brave men who encountered death for honour and the benefit of mankind.
I'm leaving the Labour party because its internal culture has decayed to such an extent that - to borrow a term adored by New Labour - it no longer has the social capital necessary to function in its core marketplace.
The answer from Republican party that I once adored is FIRM NO.
May the Lord God be loved, praised and adored from the loftiest throne to the humblest home.
I recall that she was the second actress in my life whom I adored from the moment I discovered her at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre many years ago (the first was Julie Christie).