An Admi'rer. n.s. [from admire.]
- The person that wonders, or regards with admiration.
Neither Virgil nor Horace would have gained so great reputation, had they not been the friends and admirers of each other. Addison. Spectator.
Who most to shun or hate mankind pretend,
Seek an admirer, or would fix a friend. Pope's Essay on Man.
- In common speech, a lover.