express approval or admiration for sb/sth
honour or glorify in the prayer; worship
expression of approval or admiration; act of praise
worship (of God); glory
"he always appreciated praise for his work"
"they sang a hymn of praise to God"
"The parents praised their children for their academic performance"
Johnson loved praise and was upset by even the gentlest criticism.
出自： P. F. Boller
Carlyle..gave high praise both to the play and to Dickens's performance.
出自： W. M. Clarke
Mr Sarney may be basking in the bland praises of Mr Santos.
She had been good at art as a schoolgirl, often praised by her art master.
出自： M. Amis
His administration and the city in general were praised to the skies for their handling of the event.
误 She praised that the child was honest.
误 She praised the child to be honest.
正 She praised the child for his honesty.
正 She praised the child for being honest.