We have no meanings for "warm admirer" in our records yet.
Winston Spencer Churchill, a personal friend and warm admirer of the poet.
Indeed, Cary knew he was a warm admirer of Isabel Royall.
Lord Dufferin is a warm admirer of Mr. Browning's genius.
Xenophon, a warm admirer of Lacedaemon, furnishes us with the strongest evidence to this effect.
He must introduce him to Mrs. Rogers, he said, who was also his warm admirer.
For Sallust was a warm admirer and partisan of Caesar, who in time (47 B.C.)
One in particular, from a warm admirer, he used to show to his friends with great glee.
Pope found in Atterbury, not only a warm admirer, but a most faithful, fearless, and judicious adviser.
General J-n, a warm admirer of Garibaldi, gives him a cordial greeting, and presents us as an American.
He is a warm admirer of Bryant and Longfellow, and has translated many of their poems into German.
Pancrates was a warm admirer of the mystical opinions of the Egyptians which were then coming into note in Alexandria.
This romance has the distinction of having changed Tolstoi from an adverse critic into a warm admirer of the author.
The most extreme partisan, the most warm admirer of the Lords, if of fair and tempered mind, cannot say so.
The Queen of Rumania, Carmen Sylva, a poetess in her own right, was a friend and warm admirer of Mark Twain.
Dr. Schwaryencrona was a warm admirer of Nordenskiold, and this is why he had asked these questions about the north-east passage.
It was much to him to get a new listener, and he fondly imagined every honest listener must be a warm admirer.
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