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- Flattery (also called adulation or blandishment) is the act of giving excessive compliments, generally for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the...
- little understanding of his work, he was widely recognized and received adulation and publicity. In the period before World War II, The New Yorker published...
- Cristiano Ronaldo, with his third Ballon d'Or, receives adulation from Real Madrid fans at the Santiago Bernabéu in January 2015...
- Victorian era until a year before his death in 1977, and encomp****ed both adulation and controversy. Chaplin's childhood in London was one of poverty and...
- The Adulation of Space (French: L'éloge de l'espace) is a painting in oil on canvas, 81 × 116 cm, created between 1927–28 by Belgian surrealist artist...
- three-w**** tours in March and May–June. As their po****rity spread, a frenzied adulation of the group took hold. Greeted with riotous enthusiasm by screaming fans...
- century, critical admiration for Shakespeare's genius often bordered on adulation. "This King Shakespeare," the essayist Thomas Carlyle wrote in 1840, "does...
- Fraser was acclaimed as "more objective ... free from the excesses of adulation or attack" that had characterised older biographies, and her contemporaries...
- gold in the UK, via streaming alone. West's singles have also obtained adulation and prestige. "Heartless" was amongst the top-ten best-selling singles...
- Harper's W****ly, 7 December 1867. Author David Lodge called ****ens the "first writer to be an object of unrelenting public interest and adulation"....