Satiated, it should seem, with the applauses of the theatre, he turned his attention to public and parliamentary speaking.
When the old man had thus far spoken, the applauses were immoderate.
The street and the market-place absolutely babbled, from side to side, with applauses of the minister.
It was invariably accompanied by the applauses of the people.
Well, I must say that the applauses and the fees were honestly earned.
The applauses of France sweetened the disgrace of the court.
The Rome of the People is arisen; do not salute with applauses, but let us rejoice together!
Treaty of Seville; a part to be acted on the world-theatre, with applauses, with envies, almost from the very demi-gods?
Thus the recollection of the applauses he used to receive from these wicked men is one aggravation of his pain.
The applauses were vehement and prolonged; they ceased—were resumed—rose again—were reiterated—and again were hushed.