Acclaims [noun]

Definition of Acclaims:

expression of approval

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Sentence/Example of Acclaims:

His mother, Helen, was a teacher, journalist and novelist, who found acclaim for feminist works like Evbu My Love, published as part of Macmillan’s iconic Pacesetter series.

Just as she promised when announcing this music’s existence on Thursday morning, Swift’s “Evermore” is the aesthetic sequel to “Folklore,” an album released after a 16-hour heads-up in late July to resounding acclaim.

Clubhouse, an audio-first social-media app used by many with Silicon Valley ties, was launched to critical acclaim earlier this year, only to devolve into the type of misogynistic vitriol that has seeped into every corner of the internet.

In the meantime, BMW introduced its six-cylinder K 1600 touring bikes to worldwide acclaim and has enjoyed a sharply upward trajectory in sales and profits.

The Corvette team is familiar with delighting customers and critics alike, having launched the mid-engine Corvette to world acclaim and becoming one of the most awarded cars in automotive history.

In the meantime, amid feasts and clamorous acclaim, Gent came slowly north with his staff of secretaries.

You would have all—the love of my wife, the rule of my folk, as well as the acclaim of these city swine.

The Cæsar was a fugitive and a coward, and the people who had the upper hand were prepared to acclaim the hero of their choice.

Many were too full for utterance; they broke down in tears with their first attempt to join in the general acclaim.

Then all the knights of Cornwall gave loud acclaim that their knight had borne himself so well in those encounters.