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Definition of "applausive" [ap•plau•sive]

  • Conveying applause. (adjective)

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Use "applausive" in a sentence
  • "Maitre Pierre, in whom the bravado of the young gallant seemed only to excite laughter, more scornful than applausive."
  • "When the murmur of this applausive exclamation had subsided, Alexius proceeded: — “Once more, I say, that my faithful Grand Domestic, and those who act under him, will take care to commit the execution of such part of these orders as may seem aggressive, to troops of foreign appearance and language, which, I grieve to say, are more numerous in our imperial army than our natural-born and orthodox subjects.”"
  • "(“Good-by, men!”), and vanished with us from their applausive presence."