praised, past participle; praised, past tense; praises, 3rd person singular present; praising, present participle;
Express warm approval or admiration of
we can't praise Chris enough—he did a brilliant job
Express one's respect and gratitude toward (a deity), esp. in song
we praise God for past blessings
The expression of approval or admiration for someone or something
the audience was full of praise for the whole production
The expression of respect and gratitude as an act of worship
give praise to God
an expression of approval and commendation; "he always appreciated praise for his work"
express approval of; "The parents praised their children for their academic performance"
offering words of homage as an act of worship; "they sang a hymn of praise to God"
(praising) laudatory: full of or giving praise; "a laudatory remark"
In its common usage, praise is the act of making positive statements about a person, object or idea, either in public or privately. Praise is typically, but not exclusively, earned relative to achievement and accomplishment. ...
Praise, formed in 1991 in London, England, were a new-age music group, comprising Geoff MacCormack, Simon Goldenberg and Miriam Stockley. The group was considered to be foundational in the genre of Ethnic Electronica.
Praise is the name of Knott's Berry Farm's annual Christian music festival held in Buena Park, California, USA. Each year, on New Year's Eve, the park invites a number of popular Christian bands and comedians to perform. The event is always named "Praise" and the year it will be at midnight (e. ...
"Praise" is the first single from Sevendust's 2001 release Animosity. The song also appears on their Best of (Chapter One 1997-2004) album. The songs music video was shot in Orlando, Florida, and directed by "Glen Bennett". ...
Praise is a Gospel music radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 68, XM Satellite Radio channel 33 and DISH Network channel 6068. By June 2008, Praise was added to Sirius Canada for the first time. ...
"Praise" is a 1981 gospel-inspired funk number released by American soul singer Marvin Gaye. The song, written by Gaye, is a tribute to not only his church upbringing but also to the sound of then-label mate Stevie Wonder, who is given a shout out on the song by Gaye.
commendation, thanks, props; worship; To give praise to
(praised) to say something good.
(Praises) Liftings of the spirit that sort of take care of themselves.
The form of prayer which focuses on giving recognition to God for his own sake, giving glory to Him for who he is. In the liturgy of the Eucharist, the whole Church joins with Christ in giving praise and thanksgiving to the Father. See Doxology.
comes from a Latin word meaning “value” or “price.” Thus, to give praise to God is to proclaim His merit or worth. ...
Praise and worship can play an important role in deliverance ministry. Reading a psalm or other passage of Scripture, singing a praise song, or simply praising God in prayer, can give us a clearer focus on the Lord and increase our faith in him. ...
(1) , PO > NDS, touches chin (SAY) + clap hands together, NDPO up and DHPO down in the direction of and while gazing at that which is being praised. For an animated gif of this sign, see Animated dictionary of religious signs - Deaf Missions: Praise. (2) (1) + OFFER-UP. ...
the language of our faith; an act of worship or acknowledgment by which virtues or deeds of God are recognized and highly esteemed.
A form of worship wherein we thank God for all He has done as opposed to emphasis on who He is. (See "Worship.")