Sentence example with the word 'acclaim'

acclaim

abide by, agree to, buy, clapping, exalt, glory, homage, nod assent, praise, report, take kindly to, yield assent

Definition n. enthusiastic approval

Last update: December 15, 2016


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The critics acclaimed his new book.   [Please select]

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His new book was recieved with great critical acclaim.   [Please select]

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My dance team was welcomed on the stage with loud and positive acclaim.   [Please select]

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After acting for a brief space as one of the French envoys to the congress of Rastatt, Napoleon returned to Paris early in December and received the homage of the Directors and the acclaim of the populace.   [Please select]

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Here are my pipes, and here are you two gentlemen who are baith acclaimed pipers.   [Please select]

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Well, the day after to-morrow, if there were any left, they would acclaim him loud enough.   [Please select]

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"And I, and I, and I," acclaimed the soldiers.   [Please select]

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"It is the tree, as I see it," acclaimed he.   [Please select]

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Amid general acclaim, the top-lofty, overburdened hats were consigned to a butler.   [Please select]

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'" Her listeners acclaimed this sally with shrieks of laughter."'   [Please select]

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Still it was extensively acclaimed in cities and incorporated into hundreds of municipal laws and charters.   [Please select]

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