We have no meanings for "warm admirers" in our records yet.
Pray always include me among the warm admirers of your great talents.
The kitchen, however, was filled with peasants, and in them Momont found ready listeners and warm admirers.
The modern Persians have a strong aversion to red hair: the Turks, on the contrary, are warm admirers of it.
Both the ladies read and spoke most of the modern languages, and were warm admirers of the Italian poets, especially of Dante.
She had no reason to think that her fiance had any hidden enemy, but she admitted that she had had several warm admirers.
Such being the character of Mr. Townsend, it will not be thought surprising that he should have his warm admirers and his hot detractors.
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