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    acclaim - Dictionary definition and meaning for word acclaim

    Definition
    (noun) enthusiastic approval
    Synonyms : acclamation , eclat , plaudit , plaudits
    Example Sentence
    • the book met with modest acclaim
    • he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd
    • they gave him more eclat than he really deserved
    Definition
    (verb) praise vociferously
    Synonyms : hail , herald
    Example Sentence
    • The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein
    Definition
    (verb) clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
    Synonyms : applaud , clap , spat
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for acclaim

A+claim..imagine you have claimed to a news channel that you have designed a super computer ,so every where people are praising you for your great invention

look at the last 3 letters AIM -> when you had reached ur aim u will be praised

look at the last 3 letters AIM -> when you had reached ur aim u will be praised

look at the last 3 letters AIM -> when you had reached ur aim u will be praised

acclaim: (accl+aim)when you accomplish your AIM you will be praised

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not blame

like if u claim that u get teh drug to make man immortal, what u will get? acclaim

ppl are applauding but according 2 me its lame...acc-lame

(AC) Acknowledgement to whatever u (claim)claim

A+claim.. You can claim the success of your movie only if it's acclaimed by audience.

critically acclaimed film, hence successful

when hitler claims publicialy.crowd admires him looking at his confidance.

think of critics acclaim to any movie... the best critics movie is given critics award..

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