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Applaud, 1) to receive with acclamations, to extol with shouts: “a. the name of Henry with your leader,” H6C IV, 2, 27. “till fields and blows and groans a. our sport,” H4A I, 3, 302. “enter like great triumphers in their --ing gates,” Tim. V, 1, 200. “I would a. thee to the very echo, that should a. again,” Mcb. V, 3, 53. “Caps, hands and tongues a. it to the clouds,” Hml. IV, 5, 107. “that heaven and earth may strike their sounds together, --ing our approach,” Ant. IV, 8, 39.
2) in a weaker sense == to praise, approve: “a. our loves,” Gentl. I, 3, 48. V, 4, 140. H6A II, 2, 36. Tit. I, 164. Tit. I, 164 IV, 2, 30. Mcb. III, 2, 46. Per. II, 5, 58.
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