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admiration Quotes

48 of the best book quotes about admiration
  1. #1
    “It was a sort of ferocious, quiet beauty, the sort that wouldn’t let you admire it. The sort of beauty that always hurt.”
  2. #2
    “Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve thought that there was something noble and mysterious about writing, about the people who could do it well, who could create a world as if they were little gods or sorcerers. All my life I’ve felt that there was something magical about people who could get into other people’s minds and skin, who could take people like me out of ourselves and then take us back to ourselves. And you know what? I still do.”
  3. #3
    “Any man of reasonable intelligence can make money if that’s what he wants. Mostly it’s women or clothes or admiration he really wants and they deflect him.”
  4. #4
    “I forget the rest of the gym and the victors and how miserable I am and lose myself in the shooting. When I manage to take down five birds in one round, I realize it’s so quiet I can hear each one hit the floor. I turn and see the majority of the victors have stopped to watch me. Their faces show everything from envy to hatred to admiration.”
  5. #5
    ″‘One day’ - I gestured with my chin toward the plate glass - ‘all that will be gone, and so will all that so-called loyalty. And when that day comes, I don’t want you to have any knowledge of some of the things that went on here. That’s why I’m evasive with you sometimes. It’s not that I don’t trust you or that I don’t respect you - or that I don’t value your opinion. It’s the opposite, Dad. I keep things from you because I love you, and because I admire you, and because I want to protect you from the fallout when all this starts to unwind.‘”
  6. #6
    ″[Margo] wore white shorts and a pink T-shirt that featured a green dragon breathing a fire of orange glitter. It is difficult to explain how awesome I found this T-shirt at the time.”
  7. #7
    “It must be said that Lacey Pemberton was very beautiful. She was not the kind of girl who could make your forget about Margo Roth Spiegelman, but she was the kind of girl who could make you forget about a lot of things.”
  8. #8
    “My miracle was this: out of all the houses in all the subdivisions in all of Florida, I ended up living next door to Margo Roth Spiegelman.”
  9. #9
    ″‘She’s just doing Margo stuff. Making stories. Rocking worlds.‘”
  1. #10
    “He says a million things without saying a word. I make a note to study David Petrakis. I have never heard a more eloquent silence.”
  2. #11
    “He asked you quite openly to flatter him, to admire him, his little dodges deceived nobody. What she disliked was his narrowness, his blindness, she said, looking after him.”
  3. #12
    “Never underestimate the power of a brilliant stylist.”
  4. #13
    “I’m in Cinna’s Mockingjay suit, the only scars visible are on my neck, forearms, and hands. Octavia secures my Mockingjay pin over my heart and we step back to look in the mirror. I can’t believe how normal they’ve made me look on the outside when inwardly I’m such a wasteland.”
  5. #14
    “It was a friendship founded on many common tastes and interests, on mutual like and admiration of each for what the other was, and an attitude of respect which allowed unhampered expression of opinion even on those rare subjects which aroused differences of views and of belief. It was, therefore, the kind of friendship that can exist only between two men.”
  6. #15
    “Thus our tender minds, fettered by the prejudices and habits of a just servitude, are unable to expand themselves, or to attain that well-proportioned greatness which we admire in the ancients.”
  7. #16
    “I will love you until all such compartments are discovered and opened, and all the secrets have gone gasping into the world. I will love you until all the codes and hearts have been broken and until every anagram and egg has been unscrambled.”
  8. #17
    “People, sensing my belief, wanted some of that belief for themselves. Belief, I decided. Belief is irresistible.”
  9. #18
    “He was a true, a perfect gentle-knight.”

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Off & Away book
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6.1
Tomorrow I'll Be Brave book
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6.0
I Am So Brave! book
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6.0
Jabari Jumps book
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5.8
My Brave Year of Firsts book
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5.8
Max the Brave book
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5.8
  1. #19
    “We prematurely write off people as failures. We are too much in awe of those who succeed and far too dismissive of those who fail.”
  2. #20
    “Huckleberry was cordially hated and dreaded by all the mothers of the town because he was idle, and lawless, and vulgar, and bad - and because all their children admired him so, and delighted in his forbidden society, and wished they dared to be like him.”
  3. #21
    “What we learn in time of pestilence: that there are more things to admire in men than to despise.”
  4. #22
    “He was a big fish, even then.”
  5. #23
    ″ When he smiled he showed a row of strong white teeth. ‘God never made a finer woman than my mother and my daddy’s heart was pure gold,’ he said.”
  6. #24
    “Boys look to their dad or key men in their lives to learn who they are as men.”
  7. #25
    “Those friends who knew, laughed to scorn the idea that Marguerite St. Just had married a fool for the sake of the worldly advantages with which he might endow her. They knew, as a matter of fact, that Marguerite St. Just cared nothing about money, and still less about a title.”
  8. #26
    “Celerity is never more admired
    Than by the negligent. ”
  9. #27
    “I profess not to know how women’s hearts are wooed and won. To me they have always been matters of riddle and admiration.”
  1. #28
    “And on that evening when we grow older still we’ll speak about these two young men as though they were two strangers we met on the train and whom we admire and want to help along. And we’ll want to call it envy, because to call it regret would break our hearts.”
  2. #29
    “All this he saw, for one moment breathless and intense, vivid on the morning sky; and still, as he looked, he lived; and still, as he lived, he wondered.”
  3. #30
    “Help us find more people like you. In return, you’ll have nothing to fear from Malthus or his kind. You can live at my home. In your free time you’ll come with me and see the world, and we’ll pay you handsomely.”
  4. #31
    “When I was six I decided that my only chance of having a life half as exciting as Grandpa Portman’s was to become an explorer.”
  5. #32
    “I realized it wasn’t just my grandfather’s life that Miss Peregrine had saved, but mine, too, and my father’s.”
  6. #33
    “This is Abraham’s grandson, Jacob. He is our honored guest and has come a very long way to be here. I hope you will treat him accordingly.”
  7. #34
    “He was one of the most honorable men I have ever known.”
  8. #35
    “It was easy to idealize someone you barely knew.”
  9. #36
    “She had been proud of his decision to serve his country, her heart bursting with love and admiration the first time she saw him outfitted in his dress blues.”

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More Than Balloons book
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The Rag Coat book
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6.1
Three Little Words book
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6.0
Spot Loves His Daddy book
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Penguin and Pinecone book
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6.0
The Trumpet of the Swan book
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6.0
All the Places to Love book
Picture book
6.0
Wherever You Are book
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5.9
  1. #37
    “In that one there is hope,” I heard my uncle Juan say to mother. I knew he talked about me. ”
  2. #38
    “I don’t know what you’re going to say when you go back in there. But tell them he was the bravest man in that room today.”
  3. #39
    “I waver between feeling sorry for her and admiring her desperate determination.”
  4. #40
    “Parents are like God because you wanna know they’re out there, and you want them to think well of you, but you really only call when you need something.”
  5. #41
    “Their eyes instantly met, and the cheeks of both were overspread with the deepest blush.”
  6. #42
    In vain I have struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.
  7. #43
    “I always thought it was what I wanted: to be loved and admired. Now I think perhaps I’d like to be known.”
  8. #44
    “Once a child starts to excel at something—whether it’s math, piano, pitching or ballet—he or she gets praise, admiration and satisfaction. This builds confidence and makes the once not-fun activity fun.”
  9. #45
    She found it at last. It surely had been made for Jim and no one else. There was no other like it in any of the stores, and she had turned all of them inside out.
  10. #46
    “And you can’t always please yourself; you must sometimes please other people. That, I admit, you’re very ready to do; but there’s another thing that’s still more important--you must often displease others. You must always be ready for that--you must never shrink from it. That doesn’t suit you at all--you’re too fond of admiration, you like to be thought well of. You think we can escape disagreeable duties by taking romantic views--that’s your great illusion, my dear. But we can’t. You must be prepared on many occasions in life to please no one at all--not even yourself.”
  11. #47
    “That girl of yours, I like her. She doesn’t take no shit. That’s a good quality to have in a woman.”
  12. #48
    “This is a book about that most admirable of human virtues—courage.”
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