Usage Problem A praising remark; an accolade or compliment: "Children's book author Virginia Hamilton added another kudo to her prize-laden career” ( Calvin Reid). See Usage Note at kudos.(noun)
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Use "kudo" in a sentence
"The script is also uncommonly adult and literate, which is strange given that Russell Hunter's original story was adapted by William Gray, whose subsequent scripts for PROM NIGHT (1980) and HUMONGOUS (1981) aren't what you might call kudo magnets."
"An acquaintance who is the head of a university research organization believes that the singular form of "kudos" is "kudo" - "Let's give a big kudo to Larry!""
"Which also means that it may get pricey if you have to pay someone to do it. thanks Eelke for your thoughts, would drupal also support the "kudo" system needed? it is evident that we need expert support in achieving this task."