acclamation (Meaning)

Wordnet

acclamation (n)

enthusiastic approval

Webster

acclamation (n.)

A shout of approbation, favor, or assent; eager expression of approval; loud applause.

A representation, in sculpture or on medals, of people expressing joy.

In parliamentary usage, the act or method of voting orally and by groups rather than by ballot, esp. in elections;

the election of a pope or other ecclesiastic by unanimous consent of the electors, without a ballot.

acclamation Sentence Examples

  1. The announcement of the team's victory was met with a resounding acclamation from the fans in the stadium.
  2. The mayor received enthusiastic acclamation from the community for successfully implementing positive changes.
  3. The actor's outstanding performance in the play earned her widespread acclamation from both critics and the audience.
  4. The new policy proposal was met with unanimous acclamation during the board meeting.
  5. The award-winning author accepted the literary prize to the acclamation of her peers and fans.
  6. The president's speech received acclamation for its inspiring message and vision for the future.
  7. The innovative product launch was met with acclamation, as customers eagerly embraced the new technology.
  8. The musician's concert concluded with thunderous acclamation, demonstrating the audience's appreciation for the performance.
  9. The scientist's groundbreaking research findings were met with acclamation within the scientific community.
  10. The community leader received heartfelt acclamation for their tireless efforts in improving local infrastructure.

FAQs About the word acclamation

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The announcement of the team's victory was met with a resounding acclamation from the fans in the stadium.

The mayor received enthusiastic acclamation from the community for successfully implementing positive changes.

The actor's outstanding performance in the play earned her widespread acclamation from both critics and the audience.

The new policy proposal was met with unanimous acclamation during the board meeting.