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Synonyms for give thanks

express gratitude or show appreciation to

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There's the Give Thanks Stakes at Cork or maybe the Leger Trial at the Curragh.
So as we enter this remembrance time, please wear your poppy with pride and give thanks to all our brave servicemen and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice or live daily with the scars and injuries of conflict Garry Aplin, Kings Heath
Lucha Libre is Spanish for "free fighting" and the fighters arrived at the Basilica to give thanks for their fans and for the 20th anniversary of AAA, one of Mexico's most popular professional wrestling federations.
It is indeed "right and salutary that we should at all times and in all places give thanks and praise' our liturgy tells us.
Let us give thanks, most of all to God, for the blessings that he has given all of us.
Take time to give thanks for the value of good health, family and loyal friends.
There are thousands of other young people like Bryan, and on the harder days we religious should remember and give thanks to God for the privilege of teaching them, counseling them, and nourishing their faith.
An artist, who decides to perform in a certain country in order to give thanks to that country, should not do it on other countries account
Unlike the American tradition of remembering pilgrims settling in the New World at Thanksgiving, Canadians give thanks for a successful harvest.
The Bishop of Exeter, the Rt Rev Michael Langrish, has asked Anglicans not just to give thanks to God at harvest festival services for the food they eat but to remember the farmers who produced it.
It's been a great year for me; I give thanks to everybody who has really helped among the media and the industry.
Another simple way to practice gratitude is to give thanks before each meal.
Heroic soldiers -- for whom we should certainly give thanks today -- fight the nation's enemies so we don't have to.
While I understand many congregations do give thanks it is sad to know that many more do not.
Articulate, thoughtful, and occasionally inspiring, Gleanings From Paul offers readers an authoritative grasp Paul's commentaries with respect to the use of prayer to celebrate, give thanks, petition for help, acknowledge the sovereignty of God, and so much more.