Plaudit

Plaudit (1895–1919) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. A descendant of English Triple Crown champion, West Australian, Plaudit is best known for winning the 1898 Kentucky Derby. Conditioned by future U.S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer Edward D. Brown, racing at age two Plaudit won four of his twelve starts. After finishing fourth in the Futur...
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Plaudit

• (n.) A mark or expression of applause; praise bestowed.
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Plaudit

Plau'dit noun [ From Latin plaudite do ye praise (which was said by players at the end of a performance), 2d pers. plural imperative of plaudere . Confer Plausible .] A mark or expression of applause; praise bestowed. « Not in the shouts and plaudits of the throng.�...
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plaudit

plaudit, plaudits 1. An act, or acts, of applauding; a round of applause; a clapping of the hands, or other audible expression of approval or praise; hence, any emphatic expression of approval. 2. Demonstrations or rounds of applause, as for some approved or admired performance. From Latin plaudite 'applaud!' from plaudere, from the customary app...
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