plaudits

  • 1 plaudits — *applause, acclamation, acclaim Analogous words: cheering (see APPLAUD) …

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  • 2 plaudits — [n] applause acclaim, acclamation, accolade, big hand, cheering, cheers, clapping, commendation, hand, hurrahs, kudos, laudation, ovation, praise, raves, rooting, stamping, standing ovation; concepts 69,189 …

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  • 3 plaudits — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ praise; enthusiastic approval. ORIGIN from Latin plaudite applaud! (said by ancient Roman actors at the end of a play) …

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  • 4 plaudits — n. to earn, receive, win plaudits * * * receive win plaudits to earn …

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  • 5 plaudits — plau|dits [ˈplo:dıts US ˈplo: ] n [plural] [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: plaudite! applaud! , from plaudere to applaud ] formal praise and admiration win/draw/receive etc plaudits ▪ Her performance won plaudits from the critics …

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  • 6 plaudits — [[t]plɔ͟ːdɪtz[/t]] N PLURAL If a person or a thing receives plaudits from a group of people, those people express their admiration for or approval of that person or thing. [FORMAL] They won plaudits and prizes for their accomplished films. Syn:… …

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  • 7 plaudits — plau|dits [ plɔdıts ] noun plural FORMAL praise: The design of the building has won plaudits from around the world …

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  • 8 plaudits — noun (plural) formal praise and admiration: Her performance won the plaudits of the critics …

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  • 9 plaudits — plural noun the mayor won plaudits for his aggressive campaign against crime Syn: praise, acclaim, commendation, congratulations, accolades, compliments, cheers, applause, tributes, bouquets; a pat on the back; informal a (big) hand Ant:… …

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  • 10 plaudits — UK [ˈplɔːdɪts] / US [ˈplɔdɪts] noun [plural] formal praise The design of the building has won plaudits from around the world …

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  • 11 plaudits — noun enthusiastic approval the book met with modest acclaim he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd they gave him more eclat than he really deserved • Syn: ↑acclaim, ↑acclamation, ↑plaudit, ↑eclat …

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  • 12 plaudits — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. applause, praise, approval, cheers, kudos, acclaim, raves, standing ovation …

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  • 13 plaudits — n. praise; acclamation; zealous approval plau·dit || plɔːdɪt n. praise, expression of approval, commendation; applause, clapping of hands …

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  • 14 plaudits — [ plɔ:dɪts] plural noun praise; enthusiastic approval. Origin C17: plaudit shortened from L. plaudite applaud! (said by Roman actors at the end of a play), imperative plural of plaudere …

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  • 15 plaudits — [ˈplɔːdɪts] noun [plural] formal praise …

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  • 16 literature — /lit euhr euh cheuhr, choor , li treuh /, n. 1. writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, novels, history, biography, and essays. 2.… …

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  • 17 applause — applause, acclamation, acclaim, plaudits denote public expression of approbation. Applause usually suggests loudness or liveliness of demonstration and often carries its literal implication of clapping hands {she waited until the applause died… …

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  • 18 Daily Kos — URL DailyKos.com Commercial? Yes Type of site Political blog Available language(s) …

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  • 20 Collegiate Times — The April 17, 2007 front page of the Collegiate Times reporting the Virginia Tech Massacre Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet …

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