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acclamation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacclamationac‧cla‧ma‧tion /ˌækləˈmeɪʃən/ noun formal  1 [countable, uncountable] a loud expression of approval or welcome2 [singular, uncountable] the act of electing someone, using a spoken rather than written vote
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acclamationA hymn and acclamations known to everyone are open here to all, even on Easter Sunday evening.The resolution will be adopted by acclamation.There were tackles which brought the Aberdeen support to their feet in acclamation, and aroused different emotions in the rest.Some theological and historical background is necessary before examining the present acclamations of the Roman mass.Gone was the old public acclamation.There was little meaningful internal debate, simply the acclamation of the charismatic leader.
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