Similar words: erudite, gaudy, fraud, launch, laugh at, laundry, studio, judicial. Meaning: ['plɔːdɪt] n. enthusiastic approval.
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1, She's received plaudits for her work with homeless people.
2, a new play that opened to the plaudits of the critics.
3, They acknowledged the enthusiastic plaudits of the crowd.
4, Her performance won plaudits from the critics.
5, They won plaudits and prizes for their accomplished films.
6, His work won him plaudits from the critics.
7, She won plaudits for the way she presented her case.
8, The quality of his photography earned/won him plaudits from the experts.
9, Never mind the plaudits of friends.
10, Albright won plaudits for her tough stance on terrorism.
11, Plaudits are nice; this time, however, Mr Patten must have wondered if he was not being killed by kindness.
12, And by the fourth issue of Oz the plaudits were beginning to outnumber the brickbats.
13, She had received the plaudits with becoming modesty, of course.
14, It also means that the manager receives no plaudits for doing what ought already to have been done since.
15, The conductor deserved plaudits for substituting the Kodaly dances for an originally slated Mendelssohn overture.
16, But Mr Clinton will win plaudits from most economists if he carries through plans to cut the budget deficit.
17, Plaudits still flow his way after the match,[http://sentencedict.com/plaudits.html] but Sole accepted them with typical modesty.
18, Gaunt raised his hand as if welcoming the plaudits of the crowd.
19, For the next four years it drew critical plaudits and large audiences everywhere it was shown.
20, He acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd.
21, The FSA has won plaudits for an approach based more on principles than hard rules.
22, Plaudits resounded from every part of the senate - house.
23, Britain's Gordon Brown won plaudits for his handling of the financial crisis.
24, After winning the plaudits of luminaries like Zubin Mehta and Arthur Rubinstein, Mr. Abas left the stage, a burned-out 14-year-old musician.
25, But the Opening Ceremonies were about more than plaudits for architecture and organization.
26, The Final Draw itself also drew plaudits from the press.
27, He received a tumultuous welcome on returning to unsaddle(Sentencedict.com), and when the dust settled the plaudits rained down.
28, In little more than a year in Brussels, the baroness has won plaudits for advancing an ambitious bilateral trade agreement with South Korea and nearing a settlement of the long-running banana wars.
29, But they are achieving prominence in China, and winning plaudits from their peers.
30, Once, on the opening night of one of his plays, he stepped forward with obvious complacence at its conclusion to accept the plaudits of the crowd.
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