Examples of commendation in a Sentence
Their hard work deserves commendation.
The President issued a commendation praising the volunteers for their exceptional work during the relief effort.
Recent Examples of commendation from the Web
Anderson received a governor’s commendation for his role in rescuing a man who drove a bobcat over an embankment at Wilderness Ranch in July 2006, Bryant said.
That book, about how France and Britain endeavored to impose a new political dispensation on the Middle East in the aftermath of World War I, was published in 1989, to near universal commendation.
In years past, Court Watch NOLA has offered the district attorney's office both an award and a commendation when the office has merited both.
Murray was more than willing to admit that a win over a player of del Potro’s stature in only a third-round match at a Grand Slam is something worthy of a small commendation.
Doesn’t that read like a commendation letter for a promotion?
The CTHSS Board's commendation of Torres appeared in minutes of its Jan. 17 meeting.
Deputy Mayor Barry Leonard was in attendance and gave the Scouts letters of commendation from the city.
The Indian major accused of using the man as a shield was soon-after praised by several Indian politicians, despite an ongoing investigation, and awarded with a commendation card.
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First Known Use of commendation
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Definition of commendation for English Language Learners
: the act of praising or approving of someone or something
: something (such as an official letter) that praises someone publicly
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