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* There was a time when I would have said one earns praise, but the world is a fickle place and even if you do something wonderful for others often good people slip th…rough the cracks and they never get praise for a good deed. In our hearts we should be willing to do good things for mankind without expecting a pat on the back, but be fulfilled within ourselves that we did make a difference in some manner. Praise comes to some people that don't deserve it (to put it nicely it's called ... kissing butt) and if some people who do good things that are noticeable will receive praise from a group of their peers. The greatest of people often do great things and never receive praise, but the inner being feels so wonderful they are wise enough to be happy within themselves and don't need the recognition.
Answer One word that might be helpful is "laud" although many times this has a liturgical connotation associated with it.
The difference between slander and libel is that slander is the spoken word, whereas libel is a written word i.e. newspaper, anything in the public domain. libel can be a crim…inal offense as well as civil rights to civil liability while slander is a mere civil offense. libel is permanent in form while slander is temporary in form. in slander damages must be proved
How do you define the word Libel
One word for someone who craves praise is narcissistic. This person can also be described as an approval-seeker and is sometimes seen as vain.
Praised = Laudatus
For a product disparagement case, intent is needed. However, intent is not needed in a defamation case of a nonpublic figure.
Libel is a form of defamation, falsely made by one against the other, in written, which conveys a negative image of the other person.
It comes from the Latin pretium 'price, which has also given us the English words precious, price, prize, etc.
Congratulated, Admired, Appreciated, Favored, Acclaimed, Commended, Celebrated, or Applauded. If you are talking about praised in the religious since, than Worshiped could …be added to the list.
"flattery"; "critically acclaimed"; "reverence"; "revered"
vilify, blacken, scandalize, malign
A sentence expresses a complete thought, it has a subject and a verb and sometimes it has an object; while a phrase does not express a complete thought and a clause doesnt beg…in with a capital letter and ends with a mark...a sentence always does.
It means "Translate Hahaha".