appreciation

[ uh-pree-shee-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRECIATION

Grace's face was alight with appreciation of Mrs. Gray's gift.

She was not prepared for their wholehearted praise, for their delight and appreciation.

"It's lovely," said the other woman, with an appreciation quite genuine.

I am glad to find that there is a just appreciation of it here.'

They all rose then, as the Marquis smiled his appreciation and withdrew.

He turned away from the Tree toward her and awaited her appreciation.

As they dropped back his expression was one of appreciation.

It is necessary to their appreciation that they should be rarely shown.

I thank you, sir, for your kind welcome and for your words of appreciation.

Why had this total stranger helped him, what could he say to show his appreciation?

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