- v. present participle of praise.
- adj. full of or giving praise
“It shows Ignatieff and Duceppe on the same label praising their wonderful”
“But in praising the aspiration to work the extra hour, he took a sledgehammer to those earning the extra pound that takes them into the 40% tax bracket.”
“Then the clip of Palin praising Reagan – followed by a video of Regan proposing a treaty eliminating 1/3 of current weapons: Note to Palin – same 1/3 you are fuming about!”
“Later, in praising Sotomayor's record as a judge, Specter said: "I'm not commenting about your answers, but your record is exemplary.”
“And some, clearly, could have used better judgment in praising expensive products without revealing they were given them for free.”
“Why would anyone think he is correct in praising Cheney?”
“The headline article with links is entitled "Democrats praise 'new hope' Obama" with the amazing news that "The wife of Barack Obama joins Democratic leaders in praising his values, ahead of his nomination as presidential candidate.”
“The video shows Mr. McCain praising 51 million homeowners for skipping vacations, taking a second job or managing their budgets to make their mortgage payments on time.”
“Critics are virtually unanimous in praising this movie, so in order to maintain my reputation as a cynical curmudgeon, I'd like to point you to the comments by dissenting critic David Edelstein (hat tip to Jeffrey Overstreet).”
“Another star worth praising is Tim Robbins who, after nearly thirty years in Hollywood, has never made a sequel.”
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