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  • verb Present participle of accolade.

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Examples

  • I would spend the money just to spite those who feel their pompous blabbering and ‘high school mentality,’ self-accolading, pubescent, back-slapping, “hey dude we really came up with some righteous knocks against that guy” sort of attitude.

    Expelled: No Intelligence Evident - The Panda's Thumb

  • I would spend the money just to spite those who feel their pompous blabbering and ‘high school mentality,’ self-accolading, pubescent, back-slapping, “hey dude we really came up with some righteous knocks against that guy” sort of attitude.

    Expelled: No Intelligence Evident - The Panda's Thumb

  • Tuileries; his Majesty the King of Prussia and the Reichsverweser accolading each other at Cologne at my elbow; Admiral Sir Charles

    Dr. Birch and his young friends

  • Majesty the King of Prussia and the Reichsverweser accolading each other at Cologne at my elbow; Admiral Sir Charles Napier (in an omnibus once), the Duke of Wellington, the immortal Goethe at Weimar, the late benevolent Pope Gregory XVI., and a score more of the famous in this world -- the whom whenever one looks at, one has a mild shock of awe and tremor.

    The Christmas Books of Mr. M.A. Titmarsh

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