applausive

applausive

(əˈplɔːsɪv)
adj
characterized by applause
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The current percentage will increase to applausive percentage once the remaining reports are received," said Nhial.
As Francis Russell indicates in her overview of this sequel, Geissler's "applausive echo" of Looking Backward demonstrates how 'Till the cohesive human energy formerly generated only by threat of war ...
Washington, "Valour and Patriotism!" "The Volunteers of America," and "The Daughters of America: May their applausive [sic] smiles reward the patriotic youth who step forward in defence of their country, and their frowns appall the traitor or coward who dares to betray or desert it." "Female Toasting," the brief editorial Cobbett placed beneath the news account of the political celebration, reveals his desire for strict female discipline.