But he also lauded organizers for raising so much money.
People often laud Christopher Columbus for all the lands that he discovered, but most are completely unaware of his numerous under-the-sea discoveries.
Inglese parola "chwalić"(laud) si verifica in set:Fiszki z książki - "Poems" (Muriel Stuart)Fiszki z książki - "Berkshire" (H. W. Monckton)Fiszki z książki - "Cathay" (Ezra Pound Rihaku)Fiszki z książki - "Montrose" (Mowbray Morris)Fiszki z książki - "Christmas Sunshine" (Various)
I am difficult to please; I only give praise when I think something is exceptional.
praise the lord
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
Proper praise stinks.
Praise stimulates students to work hard.
Do not trust such men as praise you to your face.
Everyone loves to hear praise, but over-praise has the opposite effect of sounding insincere.
Always praise he who brought coffee to Europe.
The seventy disciples received the teaching of Confucius in the oral form, for words that satirize, criticize, praise, conceal, suppress, or ridicule cannot appear in writing.
It's not immoral for a novelist to tell lies. In fact, the bigger the lies, the better lies, and the more the common folks and critics will praise you.
Diogenes would frequently praise those who were about to marry, and yet did not marry.
Now we are a good team and other teachers praise our class and are jealous of our form master’s success.
Some praised his decision, but others said he had gone too far.
My piano teacher always praised me even though I didn't make any progress.
parents should praise children not only for good marks but also for clever ideas
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3. boast about
It's not polite to boast about your money.
i tend to boast about my clean and organized wardrobe.
Inglese parola "chwalić"(boast about) si verifica in set:unito uno englando veru gud3 Dependent prepositions NEF Intermediate 3 editionnowe games 10-12Prepositions, VERBSDodatkowy ang słownicto
To glorify is to praise or honor something or someone to an extreme degree.
To glorify is to praise or honor something or someone to an extreme degree. If you like someone, you might compliment or praise them, but glorifying takes that a step further.
To raise one's name in later generations and thereby glorify one's parents, this is the greatest expression of filial piety.
Inglese parola "chwalić"(glorify) si verifica in set:Fiszki z książki - "The Key To Peace" (A. Marie Mi...Fiszki z książki - "Lord, Teach Us To Pray" (Andre...Fiszki z książki - "Prayers of the Early Church" (...Fiszki z książki - "The Gospel of John for Readers...Fiszki z książki - "Grasshopper Green and the Mead...
boast about something
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Przemek often to invent and to boast about activity which he never doing
Poland boasts its beautiful mountains.
He likes to boast about his father's successful automobile business.
Despite his achievements, he is very humble and doesn't boast about them.
Well, that is, it's not something I can boast of, in fact it's not something I can talk unashamedly about in public.
It is his constant boast that he has a good memory for names.
She was boasting because her parents had just bought her a new car.
I'm getting sick and tired with him boasting about how brilliant and beautiful his daughters are!
I don't want to boast, but I can actually speak six languages.
Never boast of your achievements; it is important to remain modest
Stop boasting, you're not that special
people boasting invites
Not wanting to boast but I've never got better than a 3 on my report card for home economics. Out of 10 that is.
They commended him for his dilligence.
They should be commended for their bravery.
to praise someone or something formally or publicly His photograph was highly commended. An example of commend is giving someone an excellent job reference.
His photograph was highly commended in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
And first, I commend you on your model...
Rows of houses, each of them different and pleasing with their spacious gardens, are replaced by purely functional blocks of flats which have nothing more to commend them than over-praised 'modern conveniences'.