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  • 1 tribute of praise — Eulogy, eulogium, encomium, panegyric …

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  • 2 praise — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. commendation, acclaim, approval, applause; eulogy; homage; benediction, thanksgiving, grace. v. t. acclaim, approve, commend, extol, eulogize, applaud; glorify, laud. See approbation, gratitude. Ant …

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  • 3 praise — I. n. 1. Commendation, approval, approbation. See applause. 2. Eulogy, eulogium, encomium, laud, laudation, glorification, panegyric, tribute of praise. 3. Glorification, homage, worship, tribute of gratitude, exaltation, extolling, Te Deum, Laus …

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  • 4 tribute — trib|ute [ˈtrıbju:t] n [U and C] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: tributum, from tribuere to give out to the tribes, pay , from tribus; TRIBE] 1.) something that you say, do, or give in order to express your respect or admiration for someone ▪… …

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  • 5 tribute — noun 1 something that you say, do, or give in order to express your respect or admiration for someone: pay tribute to (=praise and thank someone publicly): I d like to pay tribute to the party workers for all their hard work. 2 be a tribute to to …

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  • 6 tribute — [trib′yo͞ot] n. [ME tribut < MFr < L tributum, neut. of tributus, pp. of tribuere, to assign, allot, pay < tribus, Roman tribal division: see TRIBE] 1. a) a regular payment of money, etc., made by one ruler or nation to another as… …

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  • 7 praise — I noun acclaim, acclamation, accolade, admiration, adulation, advocacy, applause, appreciation, approbation, approval, celebration, commendation, compliment, congratulation, credit, deserved tribute, distinction, encomium, estimation, exaltation …

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  • 8 Praise — Praise, n. [OE. preis, OF. preis price, worth, value, estimation. See {Praise}, v., {Price}.] 1. Commendation for worth; approval expressed; honor rendered because of excellence or worth; laudation; approbation. [1913 Webster] There are men who… …

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  • 9 praise — [n] congratulations; adoration acclaim, acclamation, accolade, applause, appreciation, approbation, approval, big hand*, boost, bravo, celebration, cheer, cheering, citation, commendation, compliment, cry, devotion, encomium, esteem, eulogy,… …

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  • 10 Tribute — Trib ute, n. [OE. tribut, L. tributum, fr. tribuere, tributum, to bestow, grant, pay, allot, assign, originally, to a tribe, from tribus tribe; cf. F. tribut. See {Tribe}, and cf. {Attribute}, {Contribute}.] 1. An annual or stated sum of money or …

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  • 11 Tribute money — Tribute Trib ute, n. [OE. tribut, L. tributum, fr. tribuere, tributum, to bestow, grant, pay, allot, assign, originally, to a tribe, from tribus tribe; cf. F. tribut. See {Tribe}, and cf. {Attribute}, {Contribute}.] 1. An annual or stated sum of… …

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  • 12 Tribute pitch — Tribute Trib ute, n. [OE. tribut, L. tributum, fr. tribuere, tributum, to bestow, grant, pay, allot, assign, originally, to a tribe, from tribus tribe; cf. F. tribut. See {Tribe}, and cf. {Attribute}, {Contribute}.] 1. An annual or stated sum of… …

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  • 13 Praise Is What I Do — is a popular worship ballad, from the Shekinah Glory Ministries’ debut album. (Released in 2001.) It is sung regularly at many Christian churches, conferences and worship revivals. William Murphy is the voice of Praise Is What I Do.The album that …

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  • 14 Praise to the Man — (originally Joseph Smith ) was a poem or a hymn written as a tribute to Joseph Smith, Jr. by Latter Day Saint leader and hymn writer William W. Phelps after Smith s death. The hymn was first published anonymously in the church newspaper Times and …

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  • 15 tribute — [n] testimonial, praise accolade, acknowledgment, applause, appreciation, citation, commendation, compliment, encomium, esteem, eulogy, gift, gratitude, honor, laudation, memorial, offering, panegyric, recognition, recommendation, respect,… …

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  • 16 praise — 1. verb 1) the police praised Pauline for her courage Syn: commend, express admiration for, applaud, pay tribute to, speak highly of, eulogize, compliment, congratulate, sing the praises of, rave about, go into raptures about, heap praise on, wax …

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  • 17 tribute — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. payment, tax, contribution; gift, offering, service; praise, encomium, compliment. See giving, approbation. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Recognition] Syn. encomium, applause, memorial service, offering,… …

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  • 18 praise — Synonyms and related words: acclaim, acclamation, accolade, acknowledgment, adoration, adore, adulate, adulation, aggrandize, apotheosis, apotheosize, applaud, applause, approbation, approval, approve, belaud, benediction, bepraise, bepraisement …

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  • 19 Tribute — A tribute (from Latin tribulum , contribution) is wealth one party gives to another as a sign of respect or, as was often case in historical contexts, of submission or allegiance. It also incorporated certain aspects of regulated trade in goods… …

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  • 20 tribute — trib|ute [ trıbjut ] noun count or uncount ** 1. ) something you do, say, or build to show that you respect and admire someone: a floral tribute (=flowers that you send to a funeral) tribute to: They showed the program as a tribute to the two men …

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