applause

[ uh-plawz ]SEE DEFINITION OF applause

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPLAUSE

This short speech was received with applause by the combatants.

Her applause was not languid applause, neither was it without discrimination.

On the tide of applause which congratulated the boat's only baronet, I rose.

When I came on to the stage I was always greeted by applause from these young men.

Victor Hugo finished his speech in the midst of applause and cheers.

Croizette had just played her part, and her kiss had been greeted with a burst of applause.

Here the speaker was interrupted by applause that lasted several minutes.

This was received with applause, and the meeting terminated.

Shouts of applause went up for the victor, and there were many cries of “Cherokee!”

The little man's speech was greeted with a sudden roar of applause.

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