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Word: acclaim

Definition: applaud; praise; greet with great approval; announce with great approval; Ex. The new drung has been acclaimed as the most important discoveries for years; N: strong expression of approval and praise


Sentences Containing 'acclaim'

"A Brief Crack of Light" has received almost universal high acclaim in Europe.
"Because I Love It" received wide critical acclaim from various music critics.
"Kings and Queens" was met with general acclaim from music critics.
"Like a Prayer" received critical acclaim from music critics.
"LittleBigPlanet 2" has received universal acclaim from critics.
"Precious" received much acclaim from film critics.
"Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control)" received critical acclaim from critics.
"Taking Chances" received critical acclaim.
"Woodstock" received universal acclaim from newspaper and magazine critics in 1970.
As a songwriter, he has garnered critical and popular acclaim for his work.
He created his famine painting set, which, when exhibited in 1944, brought him even more critical acclaim.
He has received much acclaim for his work concerning the challenges facing Palestinian Christians.
He then released a steady stream of singles that won him critical and popular acclaim.
His 24 Preludes were released on UHR Label in 2008 to great critical acclaim.
His films have received international notoriety and acclaim, and until recently had all been varied meditations on life in Vietnam.
His performance received much acclaim from critics.
His use of language and symbolism has earned him critical acclaim.
His work has met with critical acclaim, such as:
However, he has received little acclaim from critics.
In 1987, "The Legend of Zelda" was released to much critical acclaim.
In the final race in Barcelona, Spain he took 6th place earning positive acclaim.
It has received wide acclaim and has been translated into multiple languages.
It received almost unanimous critical acclaim and was featured on many Best of 2008 lists.
It received universal acclaim all around the world.
Not Quite Art has been accepted to favourable reviews and critical acclaim.
She agreed, and presented her debut collection the next year to much critical acclaim.
She won critical acclaim for her portrayal of James.
Since its release, "The Godfather" has received critical acclaim.
Some international acclaim was received as well.
The album has attained widespread acclaim from media outlets since its release.
The album has received critical acclaim upon its release, and it has an average score of 85 on the review aggregate site Metacritic, indicating "universal acclaim."
The British victory created an outburst of popular acclaim throughout the British Empire.
The episode received critical acclaim upon release.
The event received critical acclaim and was well attended, reaching capacity.
The fifth season of "Mad Men" has received critical acclaim.
The film has been met with critical acclaim.
The film opened to critical acclaim and was commercially successful, however it is lost. Plot.
The film received generally positive critical acclaim upon release.
The film received universal acclaim from critics.
The play garnered widespread acclaim at International Festivals.
The production received both critical and popular acclaim.
The second album, "Shovel", received the greatest critical acclaim.
The show reran on USA Network as Acclaim Masters.
The song received critical acclaim, with reviewers listing it as one of the highlights from "Born This Way".
This gem is sure to win her further acclaim.
Unlike the story itself, most critics received the musical numbers with acclaim.
Upon its release, "Ecstasy" received moderate critical acclaim.
Upon its release, the video received general acclaim from critics and fans.
Upon its release, the video received general acclaim from critics.
Viswanathan received critical acclaim for his role in both the films.

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