congratulation

[ kuh n-grach-uh-ley-shuh n or, often, -graj-, kuh ng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF congratulation

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Miss Dasomma threw her arms about her, and broke into a flood of congratulation.

He was in the shade, which was a matter for congratulation on such a day.

He came up to me with a word of congratulation on the article.

The letter of congratulation must be natural, not stilted, and must be sincere.

Without a pause for breath or congratulation they turned to the necessity of the moment.

"You win, young lady," he said, and there was thanksgiving and congratulation in the way he said it.

Do not you hear the trumpets of congratulation, and concerts of the finest music?

Instead he sent a telegram of congratulation, following it with a note.

Therefore, failing, they had no cause for regret; succeeding, no cause for congratulation.

There was no question about letting her go, but the feeling was scarcely of congratulation.