Praise

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Definition

to praise (someone): to admire, to flatter, to commend, to congratulate (someone)
verb

praise: admiration, applause, flattery, congratulations
noun

(a) praiseworthy (person): (a person) deserving praise, thanks, or commendation
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: I can't give you enough praise: you're my favourite person ever.
US: Praise the Lord!
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Examples

  • "Following this, we will open the floor to anyone who wishes to express their thoughts, concerns or (if applicable) praise."
  • "He should know when my birthday is, he should comment on the clothes I wear, he should praise me, and invite me to the cinema now and again."
  • "Early reaction to the announcement has been mixed: Some have praised Delavigne Corp for its audacity, saying that the products, as well as the increased price tag they will likely carry, are well worth the price for the peace of mind they will provide."

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