Acclaim ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Acclaim ( noun )

  1. Enthusiastic approval or praise.
  2. An expression or demonstration of approval or praise.

Origin:

From middle english acclamacioun, from old french acclamation, from latin acclamatio, from acclamare ("to cry out to"), from ad- ("to") + clamare ("to cry ou.t")

Examples:

  1. The play received widespread acclaim from critics.
  2. Her new album was met with great acclaim.
  3. He was greeted with thunderous acclaim when he took the stage.
  4. The book received acclaim for its unique and thought-provoking story.
  5. The athlete was showered with acclaim after winning the gold medal.

(As a verb)

Acclaim ( verb )

  1. Enthusiastic approval or praise.
  2. An expression or demonstration of approval or praise.

Origin:

From middle english acclamacioun, from old french acclamation, from latin acclamatio, from acclamare ("to cry out to"), from ad- ("to") + clamare ("to cry ou.t")

Examples:

  1. The play received widespread acclaim from critics.
  2. Her new album was met with great acclaim.
  3. He was greeted with thunderous acclaim when he took the stage.
  4. The book received acclaim for its unique and thought-provoking story.
  5. The athlete was showered with acclaim after winning the gold medal.
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