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Changing public opinion, of course, will be the work of a generation or maybe two, but kudos to Stewart for getting it started.

“There is a certain cultural kudos attached to collecting today,” Gilkes says.

Kudos to the voters for nominating Allison Janney and Beau Bridges for the blistering guest turns, too.

Kudos to Ex-Mayor Mike, whose Harvard commencement address called for inclusion of more conservatives in higher education.

Kudos to Spacey for being a good sport, but if we're honest, his moves look more Tampa than Mumbai.

For Kum Kale and for what he has done, suffered and lost he deserves great Kudos in his country.

It was certainly a sporting method, and the hunter got many skins and much local kudos, the latter being certainly well earned.

Well, I don't say I mayn't have got a certain amount of what they call "kudos," owing to Andromeda.

And compared with the kudos that would be hers, even the foregone royalty fell away into the background.

Much kudos has accrued to Mr. Kruger for his magnanimity and much profit for his astuteness!


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kudos, such as: applause, credit, distinction, eminence, esteem, and fame.

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