- v. present participle of congratulate.
“Rae again ... congratulating Billie and Rose on their Top 10 SciFi Women finish (see previous post for more details).”
“Sounds obvious, but often where we are innovative we do not do a good job in congratulating ourselves and building upon the success.”
“What I did notice is that while Sen Obama took the lead role in congratulating the looser, as usual, the looser failed to recognize the winner.”
“Laurie was not very effusive in congratulating their victory.”
“Whew, am I late in congratulating J.T. on a terrific post.”
“BLITZER: He has already received, Barack Obama, a phone call congratulating him on his win.”
“Rep. Murtha should be swamped with phone calls congratulating him for recognizing this, and for putting impeachment back on the agenda the number to call is 202-225-2065.”
“Now, I know i'm just grabbing bytes from here and there to make a flimsy point, but does it strike anyone else as misplaced for the President to say this in congratulating the Iraqis on their recent democratic election?”
“Mexico's recently "elected" President Calderon was even embarrassed by a telephone call congratulating him on his ascendancy to the office of President of Mexico.”
“On one occasion, after addressing the legislature, some of the ladies, in congratulating me, inquired, in a deprecating tone, "What do you do with your children?”
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