Acclaim

Acclaim is Scottish and northern English dialect for lay claim to.
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ACCLAIM

acronym: ACC Levels by Altimetrics and Island Measurements
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acclaim

[n] - enthusiastic approval 2. [v] - praise vociferously
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Acclaim

Ac·claim' transitive verb [ Latin acclamare ; ad + clamare to cry out. See Claim , Clamor .] [ R.] 1. To applaud. 'A glad acclaiming train.' Thomson. 2. To declare by acclamations. « While the shouting crowd Acclaims ...
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Acclaim

Ac·claim' intransitive verb To shout applause.
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Acclaim

Ac·claim' noun Acclamation. [ Poetic] Milton.
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acclaim

acclamation noun enthusiastic approval; `the book met with modest acclaim`; `he acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd`; `they gave him more eclat than he really deserved`
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Acclaim

• (v. t.) To applaud. • (v. t.) To declare by acclamations. • (v. t.) To shout; as, to acclaim my joy. • (v. i.) To shout applause. • (n.) Acclamation.
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acclaim

acclaim 1. The act of acclaiming; acclamation, applause; a shout of applause. 2. To applaud, extol; welcome with acclamation. 3. To name with acclamation as; to proclaim or announce with applause. 4. To shout; to call out; specifically, to utter an acclamation.
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