plaudits


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Noun1.plaudits - enthusiastic approvalplaudits - enthusiastic approval; "the book met with modest acclaim"; "he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd"; "they gave him more eclat than he really deserved"
commendation, approval - a message expressing a favorable opinion; "words of approval seldom passed his lips"

plaudits

plural noun approval, acclaim, applause, praise, clapping, ovation, kudos, congratulation, round of applause, commendation, approbation, acclamation They won plaudits and prizes for their films.
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plaudits

[ˈplɔːdɪts] NPLaplausos mpl

plaudits

[ˈplɔːdɪts] nplapplaudissements mpl

plaudits

[ˈplɔːdɪts] nplplauso msg
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This performance was sure to be hailed with loud plaudits, and the 'puarkee nuee' (big hog) was unanimously pronounced by the islanders to be the most extraordinary specimen of zoology that had ever come under their observation.
He was also to exhibit 'his astounding feat of throwing seventy-five hundred-weight in rapid succession backhanded over his head, thus forming a fountain of solid iron in mid-air, a feat never before attempted in this or any other country, and which having elicited such rapturous plaudits from enthusiastic throngs it cannot be withdrawn.
They were very orderly--there were neither scoffs nor plaudits, and when they saw us at the window above them there were many who buried their faces in their arms and wept.
Nor did any of us who had been upon that expedition of indescribable danger and glory lack for plaudits.
Napoleon, bowing ever so gently to the loud plaudits, and watching everything and everybody with his cat eyes from under his depressed hat brim, as if to discover any sign that those cheers were not heartfelt and cordial.
The Romeo was received with hearty plaudits and unbounded favour, and Smike was pronounced unanimously, alike by audience and actors, the very prince and prodigy of Apothecaries.
This interesting performance having concluded amidst the loud plaudits of the whole company, a boy forthwith proceeded to entangle himself with the rails of a chair, and to jump over it, and crawl under it, and fall down with it, and do everything but sit upon it, and then to make a cravat of his legs, and tie them round his neck, and then to illustrate the ease with which a human being can be made to look like a magnified toad --all which feats yielded high delight and satisfaction to the assembled spectators.
Here they were, safe and sound, their work well done, and the plaudits of their companions in their ears.
The ballet at length came to a close, and the curtain fell amid the loud, unanimous plaudits of an enthusiastic and delighted audience.
SCOTT FOX insists Ross County's off-field experts deserve the plaudits for his penalty heroics on it.
D Brown (4-31) and Andrew Hutchinson with 4-38 and Paul Moralee with 3-45, took the bowling plaudits.
ABSOLUTELY there should be plaudits for our Welsh rugby team.