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- interj. Expressing praise and approval, expressing approbation
- n. Plural form of congratulation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an expression of approval and commendation
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Your congratulations is appreciated – and I will continue to turn on i-tunes on my laptop and get up and dance every couple hours for my “break”, engaging in my other occupation!
I too would like to add my congratulations from the cold and wet Northwest.
Once again congratulations for getting to the heart of expenses in a short witty article.
When word came down of a judge's ruling that gays could serve openly in the military, an Air Force officer received joyous congratulations from a comrade.
Not even a word of congratulations or happiness for me.
 You may not possibly have read the enclosed Book, whither you have or not, accept it from me, with sincere wishes for your wellfare; and accept too this blunt congratulations from a stranger, yours, Sir, truly
Harris, the How I Met Your Mother star, who wasn't doing interviews at the ball, got big hugs and congratulations from the CBS entourage and many others.
And be sure to stay tuned to the Movies Blog for even more congratulations from the "Twilight" cast.
The letter contained a list of bullshit statistics and news that we have got a letter of congratulations from the Head of the Police Standards Unit (whothat?) 1. who cares?
After being shocked with the Pulitzer news -- she was returning from an assignment when a receptionist blindsided her with a "congratulations" -- late Monday afternoon, Berzon and her editors discussed in telephone interviews the story behind the story and the prize's meaning for their newspaper.
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