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Examples of kudo in a Sentence
an honorary degree from her alma mater that is simply the latest kudo for an outstanding career in journalism
a kudo is in order for the way the young people acquitted themselves at their first formal dance
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And kudos to Western Michigan for its role in the moment.
The state received 39 complaints, and three kudos, about Veyo in its first week.
Many gave kudos to the Dodgers for a truly memorable year of baseball as well.
Basketball game a success on and off court Major kudos to the Marquette and UW-Milwaukee men’s basketball teams for arranging the charity game that raised nearly $35,000 for hurricane relief.
Sac State has extended the contract for baseball coach Reggie Christiansen through the 2024 season, and kudos to doing the right thing.
Getty Twitter had a field day, which was the entire point, so kudos to the PR team for the prime minister.
Millie Bobby Brown also scored kudos for her princess-like gown, spinning around before running into the show's creators, the Duffer brothers.
The judges gave him kudos for including pretzels, his favorite snack food, as a salty garnish for the tart.
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Origin and Etymology of kudo
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
Synonymsaccolade, blue ribbon, decoration, distinction, honor, award, plume, premium, prize
Related Wordsbadge, crown, cup, laurel, medal, order, plaque, plate, ribbon, trophy; applause, bravo, encomium, eulogy, hallelujah, homage, paean, panegyric, plaudit, tribute; citation, commendation, compliment, honorable mention
Near Antonymsaffront, barb, dart, dig, epithet, insult, put-down, slight, slur
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