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Spell check of acclaim

Correct spelling: acclaim

enjoy, preeminence, adulation, applause, cheer, fable, celebrate, clap, laud, congratulate, observe, sanction, panegyric, proclaim, cheers, pomp, accolade, extol, praise, compliment, fame, come, honor, famousness, admiration, distinction, memorialize, celebration, glorify, recognition, party, esteem, commend, eclat, prominence, popularity, respect, exult, announce, laudation, flatter, frolic, sun, inaugurate, commendation, glorification, admire, noteworthiness, notability, annunciate, salute, acclamation, make merry, homage, elevation, bay, credit, regard, dignify, herald, hallow, props, recommend, laurels, commemorate, notoriety, kudos, endorsement, solemnize, memorability, trumpet, exaltation, plaudit, eulogize, reputation, brownie points, cheering, revel, renown, venerate, celebrity, hail, rejoice, carouse, plaudits, eulogy, approbation, exalt, foretell, jubilate, flattery, approve, harbinger, illustriousness, applaud, magnify, panegyrize, encomium, fete, approval, legend, endorse, sycophancy, spat, recommendation.

reproof, obloquy, denunciation, animadversion, vilification, slander, contempt, vituperation, disparagement, disapprobation, ignominy, hissing, repudiation, scorn, censure, reproach, abuse, blame, hiss, condemnation, boo, disapproval.

Examples of usage:

1) It is therefore sufficient that silence should guard Hallam's fame here; because the writer is assured, that what he is elsewhere doing " Is wrought with tumult of acclaim." - "A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'", Alfred Gatty.

2) General Hubbard, Mr. Bridgman, and the " trust" were eager for a publicity and acclaim greater than that which might attach to any honorable second victor. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) Brilliant theories are often immediately hailed with universal acclaim, while ground- breaking observations that are really great discoveries are apt to be neglected. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.