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Strong approval, praise, and applause. (1)
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acclaim (s) (noun), acclaims (pl)
A strong approval, applause, and praise: Marie received several positive acclaims for her performance in the ballet.

Max deserves acclaim for his efforts to help the poor in his community.

Enthusiastic acclamation and applause.
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acclaim (verb), acclaims; acclaimed; acclaiming
To praise or to show strong approval and enthusiasm for something that a person has done: Jim has been acclaimed as one of the best musicians in last night's performance.

The audience acclaimed the ballet dancer's wonderful skills with loud applause and flowers.

This entry is located in the following unit: clam- [cla-] clamat-, claim- (page 1)