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Synonyms for praise

Synonyms for praise

an expression of admiration or congratulation

the honoring of a deity, as in worship

to express warm approval of

to pay a compliment to

to honor (a deity) in religious worship

Synonyms for praise

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Praisers ranged from 51 percent (respondents who praised the car to the salesperson) to 17 percent (respondents who praised the dealership to the salesperson).
The second research question asked if buyers were both praisers and complainers about the same topic.
Given our critical preoccupation with Donne's sincerity and ambition, it is hard not to see a pun in "how low your praisers lie," as the lowly material status of the previous four stanzas is now given an ethical disposition and a truth value.
Miller, "The Paradoxical Encomium with Special Reference to Its Vogue in England, 1600-1800,' MP 53 (1956): 145-78, and Walter Kaiser, Praisers of Folly: Erasmus, Rabelais, Shakespeare (London: Gollancz, 1964).
Reward your publicist with Not Soap, Radio's clever Manage Your Damage gift set, made exclusively for praisers.
PR mavens give high marks to praisers such as Sitrick, Wolf and Paul Bloch (who shepherded Murphy through his transvestite limo passenger mess).
And percenters, praisers, pals and pure hangers-on are also working furiously for a free ride in.
Apparently the ap praiser was considered "judgment-proof.
If an ap praiser is to begin larger or more specialized assignments, training should provide the resources the appraiser will need to do the assignments.