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acclaim
(v) to praise
(n) enthusiastic approval
Accolade
award; praise
adept
skilled
adulate
To flatter or praise exessively.
Aesthete
One who loves beauty in art or nature.
Affable
likable, friendly.
Affinity
attraction, liking.
Allure
(n) attractiveness
(v) to attract, to fascinate.
Amenable
Willing.
Amend
To change; correct.
Amenity
A pleasurable or convenient feature.
amiable
Pleasant; friendly.
amorous
loving.
Approbatory
Approving; praising.
ardor
strong enthusiasm.
acclaim
(v) to praise
(n) enthusiastic approval
Accolade
award; praise
adept
skilled
adulate
To flatter or praise exessively.
Aesthete
One who loves beauty in art or nature.
Affable
likable, friendly.
Affinity
attraction, liking.
Allure
(n) attractiveness
(v) to attract, to fascinate.
Amenable
Willing.
Amend
To change; correct.
Amenity
A pleasurable or convenient feature.
amiable
Pleasant; friendly.
amorous
loving.
Approbatory
Approving; praising.
ardor
strong enthusiasm.
Astute
Smart.
Axiom
generally accepted truth.
Beneficent
Doing good; charitable.
Camaderie
Friendship.
Commend
To praise.
Confederate
Friend, ally.
Cordial
Polite, Friendly.
credible
Believable.
Deft
quick and skillful in movement.
Demonstrative
Showing emotion
Diplomatic
Relating to negotiations
tactful, sensitive to others.
Dote
To act excessively fond.
Edify
To enlighten; educate.
Effusive
Openly expressing feeling or thought.
Eminent
Distinguished, greatest, standing out.
Endear
To make loved or loveable.
Esteem
(v) to respect
(n) respect
Exalt
To raise (in rank); to praise.
exemplify
To illustrate by example.
Extol
To praise.
Exuberence
Enthusiasm.
Facetious
Humorous; joking.
Fawn
To flatter excessively; to suck up.
Feasible
possible
Genial
Friendly
Imprimatur
Formal approval.
incisive
Sharp, cutting, direct
Induce
To persuade; to bring about.
Jocular
Joking; humorous
Judicious
Wise, appropriate, not extreme.
Laud
To praise
Laudeate
(adj) deserving honor
(n) to be amazed
Luminary
A famous person
Mirth
Good cheer; happiness
Oblige
to require
To do a favor
Ovation
Enthusiastic applause
Panegyric
speech full of praise
Paragon
A model of excellence
Paramount
Most important
Penchant
strong taste or liking.
Plaudit
praise
Predilection
special liking for something; preference
Proclivity
natural tendency, liking, preference
Proficient
skilling; expert
Propensity
special liking, tendency, preference.