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admirer

noun [C] uk   /ədˈmaɪə.rər/ us    /-ˈmaɪr.ɚ/
someone who finds someone else sexually attractive, or someone who admires someone or something: She's got plenty of admirers. She's got a secret admirer who keeps sending her gifts. The policy has few admirers (= few people like it).
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