ovation (Meaning)

Wordnet

ovation (n)

enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)

Webster

ovation (n.)

A lesser kind of triumph allowed to a commander for an easy, bloodless victory, or a victory over slaves.

Hence: An expression of popular homage; the tribute of the multitude to a public favorite.

ovation Sentence Examples

  1. The crowd erupted into a deafening ovation as the orchestra concluded its breathtaking performance.
  2. The retiring mayor received a standing ovation from the council members in recognition of his years of dedicated service.
  3. The commencement speaker delivered a rousing address, eliciting an ovation that shook the auditorium.
  4. The actor took a deep bow after his remarkable monologue, met with an enthusiastic ovation.
  5. The team's unexpected victory sparked a thunderous ovation from the jubilant fans.
  6. The comedian's witty remarks earned him a roaring ovation from the audience.
  7. The singer's powerful performance left the crowd speechless, resulting in a prolonged ovation.
  8. The scientist's groundbreaking discovery received a standing ovation from the assembled colleagues.
  9. The conductor led the orchestra through an unforgettable symphony, earning an ovation that lasted for several minutes.
  10. The CEO's presentation of the company's record profits was met with an ovation that shook the corporate headquarters.

FAQs About the word ovation

enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)A lesser kind of triumph allowed to a commander for an easy, bloodless victory, or a victo

applause, cheering, acclamation, praise,acclaim, réclame, panegyric, paean, encomium, hail

sneer, sneer, raspberry, whistle, raspberry, hiss, hissing, hiss,booing, booing

The crowd erupted into a deafening ovation as the orchestra concluded its breathtaking performance.

The retiring mayor received a standing ovation from the council members in recognition of his years of dedicated service.

The commencement speaker delivered a rousing address, eliciting an ovation that shook the auditorium.

The actor took a deep bow after his remarkable monologue, met with an enthusiastic ovation.