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He who first praises a good book becomingly is next in merit to the author.
Socrates praises his frankness, and assumes the attitude of one whose only wish is to understand the meaning of his opponents.
I should never finish telling the high deeds of those scoundrels, and I have still to sing the praises of the revellers.
Speaking to me of the charge the Gordons made, when led by Captain Towse, they were unstinted in their praises.
He praises Samuel and tells him that he will soon leave the care of the temple and of the people of Israel to him.
THE DRAMATIZATION OF BIBLE STORIESELIZABETH ERWIN MILLER LOBINGIER
He then expatiates into their Praises, and so concludes this elegant Ode with them.
LECTURES ON POETRYJOSEPH TRAPP
Can you imagine that your old rival the prefect would be generous enough to sing your praises?
EVE AND DAVIDHONORE DE BALZAC
It was also observed that his tongue still slowly moved, as if endeavouring to sing the Virgin's praises.
They gathered about her in delight, pouring their questions and praises upon her.
THE MYSTERY OF MARYGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
Give him the occasion to speak—one that adores you—hear him utter your praises—hear him vow his devotion—give him the occasion.
CAPTAIN RAVENSHAWROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS