Plaudit

Plau"dit

(?), n. [From L. plaudite do ye praise (which was said by players at the end of a performance), 2d pers. pl. imperative of plaudere. Cf. Plausible.] A mark or expression of applause; praise bestowed.
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Not in the shouts and plaudits of the throng.
Longfellow.
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Syn. -- Acclamation; applause; encomium; commendation; approbation; approval.
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