Acclamation (noun)

A loud expression of approval or praise, typically through clapping, cheering or shouting.

Origin:

From latin acclamationem, from acclamare "to shout", from ad- "to" + clamare "to shout".

Examples:

  1. The candidate received acclamation from the crowd.
  2. The singer's performance was met with acclamation.
  3. The winner was greeted with acclamation when they came on stage.
  4. The play received acclamation from the critics.
  5. The athlete was greeted with acclamation as they entered the stadium.
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