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ad·mir·er / ədˈmī(ə)rər/ • n. someone who has a particular regard for someone or something: he was a great admirer of Mark Twain. ∎  a man who is attracted to a particular woman or a woman who is attracted to a particular man: she's got a secret admirer.

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