Another word for praise
The act of praising
applause, applauding, adulation, blandishment, esteem, laud, commendation, approval, approbation, appreciation, cheering, advocacy, acclamation, adoration, acclaim, recognition, obeisance, sycophancy, homage, extolling, magnifying, glorifying, celebrating, exalting, giving thanks, saying grace, crying up, singing the praises of; see also admiration.
An expression of praise
laudation, eulogy, encomium, laud, kudos, regard, applause, panegyric, recommendation, hand-clapping, hurrahs, huzzah(s), bravos, ovation, cheers, cries, whistling, tribute, compliment, elogium, acclaim, flattery, plaudit, paean, blessing, benediction, boost*, rave*, a big hand*, chit*, puff*.
commend, recommend, laud, acclaim, extol, eulogize, applaud, cheer, endorse, sanction, admire, adulate, elevate, aggrandize, smile on, hail, salute, give an ovation to, clap, pay tribute to, give credit to, put in a good word for, say a good word for, make much of, bestow honor upon, bow down and worship, pay homage to, sing the praises of, panegyrize, advocate, compliment, appreciate, admire, celebrate, honor, congratulate, flatter, puff, rave about, boost, root for*, give a big hand*, build up*, tout*, talk up*, cry up*; see also admire 1, approve 2, compliment 1, 2.
To speak or sing in worship
praise is the simple, basic word implying an expression of approval, esteem, or commendation to praise a student's work; laud implies great, sometimes extravagant praise the critics lauded the actor to the skies; acclaim suggests an outward show of strong approval, expressed by or as if by loud applause, cheering, etc. he was acclaimed the victor; a widely acclaimed novel; extol implies exalting or lofty praise to extol the virtues of a new drug; eulogize suggests lofty, formal praise in speech or writing, as on a special occasion the minister eulogized the exemplary life of the deceased
Another word for praisenoun
An expression of warm approval:acclaim, acclamation, applause, celebration, commendation, compliment, encomium, eulogy, kudos, laudation, panegyric, plaudit. See praise
An expression of admiration or congratulation:commendation, compliment, congratulation (often used in plural), tribute. See praise
The honoring of a deity, as in worship:exaltation, extolment, glorification, laudation, magnification. See religion
To express warm approval of:acclaim, applaud, commend, compliment, laud. See praise
To pay a compliment to:commend, compliment, congratulate. Idiom: take off one's hat to. See praise
To pay tribute or homage to:acclaim, celebrate, eulogize, exalt, extol, glorify, hail2, honor, laud, magnify, panegyrize. Idiom: sing someone's praises. See praise
To honor (a deity) in religious worship:exalt, extol, glorify, laud, magnify. See religion