Adoring vs Adoration - What's the difference?
As a verb adoring
As a adjective adoring
is showing adoration or admiration.
As a noun adoration is
(countable) an act of religious worship.
* 1847 , Matthew Henry, James Hamilton, Daily communion with God
- We must keep up a constant worship of God in our families, and in our closets; we must be frequent in holy adorings and admirings of God.
(countable) An act of religious worship.
* a. 1779 ,
(uncountable) Admiration or esteem.
- We incessantly look forward, and endeavour, by prayers, adoration , and sacrifice, to appease those unknown powers, whom we find, by experience, so able to afflict and oppress us.
(uncountable) The act of adoring; loving devotion or fascination.
- ...if she can create the sense of beauty in people whose lives have been sordid and ugly...she is worthy of all your adoration', worthy of the ' adoration of the world.
- He adored Sorais quite as earnestly as Sir Henry adored Nyleptha, and his adoration had not altogether prospered.