commendation; favorable representation in words. (noun)
To give praise to. (verb)
Examples of word praise
Both begin with the _praise_ of the Lord to whom all praise is due.
a thousand years since_: neither am I moved with certain courtly decencies, which I esteem it flattery to praise in presence; no, it is flattery to _praise in absence: that is_, when _either_ the virtue is absent, _or -- the occasion_ is absent, and so the praise is _not natural_, but _forced_, either in truth, _or -- in time_.
Faint praise is still praise from the Walking Dead.
These epithets are deserved by a great many faces, but on very different grounds; and the praise is a different thing, accordingly.
All the praise is ascribed to God: Thou hast subdued them under me, v. 39.