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plaudits

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplauditsplau‧dits /ˈplɔːdəts $ ˈplɒː-/ noun [plural]  formalPRAISE praise and admirationwin/draw/receive etc plaudits Her performance won plaudits from the critics.
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plauditsFor the next four years it drew critical plaudits and large audiences everywhere it was shown.The conductor deserved plaudits for substituting the Kodaly dances for an originally slated Mendelssohn overture.Never mind the plaudits of friends.She had received the plaudits with becoming modesty, of course.Gaunt raised his hand as if welcoming the plaudits of the crowd.But Mr Clinton will win plaudits from most economists if he carries through plans to cut the budget deficit.Albright won plaudits for her tough stance on terrorism.win/draw/receive etc plauditsBut Mr Clinton will win plaudits from most economists if he carries through plans to cut the budget deficit.
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