commendation (Meaning)

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commendation (n)

an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement

a message expressing a favorable opinion

commendation Sentence Examples

  1. He received a commendation from his supervisor for his outstanding performance.
  2. The soldier was awarded a commendation for his bravery in combat.
  3. The teacher received a commendation from the school board for her dedication to her students.
  4. His commendation in the company newsletter recognized his exceptional leadership skills.
  5. The police officer earned a commendation for his role in apprehending the suspect.
  6. Her commendation letter highlighted her contributions to the community.
  7. The firefighter received a commendation for rescuing a family from a burning building.
  8. The employee's commendation was displayed prominently in the office.
  9. The nurse's commendation spoke to her professionalism and compassion.
  10. The team's commendation ceremony honored their achievements and teamwork.

FAQs About the word commendation

an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement, a message expressing a favorable opinion

acknowledgement, medal, citation,award, mention, acknowledgment,prize, tribute, ribbon, decoration

rebuke, condemnation, censure, indictment, indictment, denunciation, reprimand, rebuke, censure, reprimand

He received a commendation from his supervisor for his outstanding performance.

The soldier was awarded a commendation for his bravery in combat.

The teacher received a commendation from the school board for her dedication to her students.

His commendation in the company newsletter recognized his exceptional leadership skills.