- v. Simple past tense and past participle of applaud.
“We again applauded the staff of The Children's Hospital.”
“What was formerly applauded is now voted down on a website whose connections to the Obama administration are well known.”
“Goodell once again applauded the city and region for its efforts to bring the Saints back, but stopped short of saying anything definitive about the long-term future of the team in the city.”
“Record studios and labels applauded OneBox for steering music lovers toward places to buy or listen to music legitimately instead of links to websites where pirated music is shared.”
“Supporters of the idea applauded the concept as providing greater access to the polls.”
“A Today Show poll found that 52% of respondents "applauded" Ms. Obama's efforts.”
“Huston has commented that aging in America is not exactly an "applauded" process; but, she says, "you have to take it all with a grain of salt.”
“Defense Secretary Robert Gates "applauded" Uribe's action, and when asked if US intelligence supported it said: "Well, I would just say that we are very supportive.”
“Boylan also says the military "applauded" Sadr's ceasefire.”
“The Financial Planning Standards Council "applauded" the "comprehensive" report, calling it a "watershed moment for" the future financial well-being of Canadians.”
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