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use "acclaim" in a sentence

Public acclaim Not a professional musician, he sang for his own pleasure and which reflected in his singing.

While admired by those who saw her perform, and respected by her peers, Raitt gained little public acclaim for her work.

The 1997 album Eternal Decision hit the
record stores in the U.S. and 16 other countries, achieving considerable acclaim and providing the band with even more notice.

It won him acclaim and got him more "meaty” roles in films like Lahore, Char Din and Raat Ki Rani.

Mao Sareth could arguably be called the first female Khmer singer to have achieved nationwide acclaim in the years following Cambodia's emerging political independence.

What If was released in 1978 to continued acclaim.

Critical reception Criticism of Mediocre has been mostly positive, and many critics highly acclaim the album.

The review aggregator Metacritic listed the film's overall reception at 90 percent, which corresponds with "universal acclaim" Staff.

This episode, which features very little dialogue, earned critical acclaim and Buffy s first Emmy nomination for best original writing.

The building design, by Schwartz/Silver Architects of Boston, has won architectural acclaim and a large division of the Library is named in memory of third headmistress Mabel Van Norman.

She was a successful London and New York playwright who enjoyed considerable literary acclaim in the first decades of the 20th century.

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