plaudit (Meaning)

Wordnet

plaudit (n)

enthusiastic approval

Webster

plaudit (n.)

A mark or expression of applause; praise bestowed.

plaudit Sentence Examples

  1. The audience erupted in plaudits as the actors took their final bow.
  2. The company received plaudits for its groundbreaking innovation in the tech industry.
  3. Critics heaped plaudits upon the novel for its exceptional prose and compelling narrative.
  4. The politician's speech drew plaudits from both sides of the aisle for its bipartisan tone.
  5. The teacher received plaudits from both students and parents for her dedication and exceptional teaching methods.
  6. The artist's latest exhibition garnered plaudits from the art world for its originality and thought-provoking themes.
  7. The scientist's breakthrough discovery earned plaudits from the scientific community for its potential to revolutionize medicine.
  8. The athlete's record-breaking performance received plaudits from fans and pundits alike.
  9. The volunteer organization's selfless service earned plaudits from the community for its positive impact.
  10. The business leader's exceptional leadership skills drew plaudits from industry leaders and employees alike.

FAQs About the word plaudit

enthusiastic approvalA mark or expression of applause; praise bestowed.

applause, cheering, acclamation, accolade, praise, ovation, commendation, rave(s), cheer,reclame

sneer, jeer,hissing, raspberry, sneer, snort, smirk, snicker, boo, whistle

The audience erupted in plaudits as the actors took their final bow.

The company received plaudits for its groundbreaking innovation in the tech industry.

Critics heaped plaudits upon the novel for its exceptional prose and compelling narrative.

The politician's speech drew plaudits from both sides of the aisle for its bipartisan tone.