Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Applauds Clarissa for the generosity of her spirit, and the greatness of her mind.

Undine (for such is her name) applauds this with great gusto.

“Jim” Fisk had traits like these, but who now applauds them?

These men will tell you, that New England applauds this invasion.

There is not a State, that I can hear of, but applauds her, and wishes her success.

The British matron looks on, applauds, and does not turn a hair.

He applauds not only liberty but equality in the enjoyment of wealth.

“London applauds the face and figure; not the art,” replied Hart.

He never leads, never directs, but only seconds and applauds.

Remembers and applauds the part she bore in the conversation at his collation.