One word that might be helpful is "laud" although many times this has a liturgical connotation associated with it.
My upbringing prevents me from saying 'Be all praise...' to anyone but God.
Praise is a verb that means to express approval for something or someone. It means to express admiration of someone or something. A four letter word for praise is laud.
Definition of praise: to express warm approval or admiration of or toward someone or something.
Awesome Awesomest A Cool Person A Nice Person An Awesome Person
"Keep it up!" are good praise words. The phrase starts with the letter k.
Praiseworthy or Worthy of Worship, if you mean a deity to whom praise is due.
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.
a prayer of praise is used to give gratitude to someone that has accomplished something in the past
No. There are dozens of words for praise, and also dozens for strength, but they do no overlap.
To praise someone is to give that person credit or honor for what the person is or for what the person has done, in front of others.Say in a business meeting, you praise a co-worker for the good job they did on a project, in front of all the other employees.You praise someone in front of others, it is just thanks to give someone credit or honor in front of them alone with no one else around.
a formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently
encomium or eulogy
Hallelujah is the highest praise to the Lord! Therefore, the response should be, Hallelujah.
An ode is a poem of appreciation or praise for something or someone
Hallelujah is a Hebrew word meaning "praise ye JAH (Jehovah)." In modern parlance, both words mean "praise the Lord" or "praise Jehovah."
yes. as long as they are words of praise.
Are you asking how many words are in this book? There are three words in the title.
The noun 'praise' is an abstract noun, a word for an expression of approval or admiration for someone or something; a word for a concept.The abstract noun form of the verb to praise is the gerund, praising.