commendation

[ kom-uhn-dey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF commendation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMENDATION

Perhaps he thought of Rahab who hid the spies, and received a commendation for it.

You ask for what you do not need when you call upon me for a word of commendation.

He, no doubt, expected to be welcomed in the warmest terms of commendation.

This was his commendation, from hour to hour; it made up the litany of his gratitude for what she had been to him.

She was no longer a pretty girl, a nice girl, as the commendation went.

It may be right as being meritorious, and deserving of commendation.

A most noble and disinterested achievement, and worthy of all commendation.

If He is dissatisfied, the commendation of the many is as froth.

I knew she meant my use of her name as well as my commendation.

He was also young enough to long for a word of commendation.

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