- subs.P. ἐπαινέτης, ὁ.
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Applauder — Ap*plaud er, n. One who applauds. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
applauder — noun see applaud … New Collegiate Dictionary
applauder — See applaudable. * * * … Universalium
applauder — noun One who applauds … Wiktionary
applauder — n. one who applauds, one who claps and cheers … English contemporary dictionary
applauder — noun someone who applauds • Syn: ↑clapper • Derivationally related forms: ↑applaud, ↑clap (for: ↑clapper) • Hypernyms: ↑laudator, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
applaud — applauder, n. applaudingly, adv. /euh plawd /, v.i. 1. to clap the hands as an expression of approval, appreciation, acclamation, etc.: They applauded wildly at the end of the opera. 2. to express approval; give praise; acclaim. v.t. 3. to clap… … Universalium
claqueur — Synonyms and related words: adherent, applauder, appreciator, attender, audience, booster, buff, commender, deadhead, encomiast, eulogist, eulogizer, extoller, fan, groundling, hired applauder, lauder, moviegoer, panegyrist, pass holder, playgoer … Moby Thesaurus
applaud — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French aplaudir, from Latin applaudere, from ad + plaudere to applaud Date: 15th century intransitive verb to express approval especially by clapping the hands transitive verb … New Collegiate Dictionary
adherent — Synonyms and related words: Averroist, Berkeleian, Cartesian, Comtist, Cynic, Cyrenaic, Eleatic, Epicurean, Eretrian, Fichtean, Hegelian, Heideggerian, Heraclitean, Herbartian, Humist, Husserlian, Kantian, Kierkegaardian, Leibnizian, Marxist,… … Moby Thesaurus
audience — Synonyms and related words: accepter, acquirer, addressee, aficionado, attender, attention, audition, auditor, auditory, bargaining, bargaining session, beholder, buff, bugging, claqueur, clientage, clientele, conclave, confab, confabulation,… … Moby Thesaurus