Amidst the gratulations of his countrymen and votes of honor, he withdrew to the bosom of his family at the home of his childhood.
He abated certain taxes, restored certain liberties; hopes and gratulations were in the air.
True science places no gratulations higher than those of its own conscience.
He was leading her to the table, while people made way for them, covering Verena with gratulations of word and look.
All up and down the land there were gratulations, and praise to God.
But the largess of money, and even the indignity of tribute, were forgotten in gratulations on their new-found happiness.
After he had deposited his prize and chattered his gratulations over it he went away in quest of his mate.
To thee, and gentle Rigdum Funnidos, Our gratulations flow in streams unbounded.
My melody is uninterrupted; and every morning is ushered with my gratulations.
And so, amid the gratulations of everybody, the first of the Aston Ftes came to an end.
late 15c., gratulacyon "expression of thanks," from Latin gratulationem (nominative gratulatio) "a manifestation of joy, wishing joy, rejoicing," from past participle stem of gratulari "give thanks, show joy," from gratus "agreeable" (see grace).