praised (part of speech: verb)
- The Prince, on rising, was loudly applauded, and spoke with evident emotion, in witnessing the warm sympathy shown by the assembly:- " Sir Francis Grant, your Royal Highness, my Lords, and Gentlemen,- I beg to tender you my warmest thanks for the very kind manner in which you have proposed and received the health of the Princess of Wales and myself. - "Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888", Edward VII.
- When Vice was exposed and Virtue triumphed Dorothy felt like clapping her hands, and so did the others, and all applauded eagerly. - "Dorothy Dale in the City", Margaret Penrose.
- This meant much to the American estimate of the author's ability, for American critics were afraid to praise a work that had not yet been applauded by England. - "Stories of Authors, British and American", Edwin Watts Chubb.