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How to use appreciative in a sentence
Despite her obstacles, the actress is appreciative of her ability to advocate for greater diversity going forward.Monique Coleman Always Wore Headbands On ‘HSM’ Because No One Could Style Her Hair|Brande Victorian|January 27, 2021|Essence.com
I was appreciative of the preservation of his presence, but once again, the memory of Alberta was mostly absent.Alberta King, Martin Luther King Jr.'s Mother, Made Her Own Contributions to Civil Rights|Anna Malaika Tubbs|January 15, 2021|Time
I’m appreciative of all of our clients from around the world who we’ve been able to successfully support.
We use the process of appreciative inquiry to go out and engage with communities.
No matter how often the subject came up, the audience (whose non-white faces could be counted on one hand) whooped appreciatively.
Even as a young man, Roosevelt spoke appreciatively of the democratic currents that ran through American history.Portrait of FDR as a Young Man: How He Became a Radical|Harvey J. Kaye|October 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The students, a handful of them Democratic activists, nod appreciatively at what the president might call a “teachable moment.”The Democrats’ Last Woman Standing: New Hampshire’s Maggie Hassan|Allison Yarrow|November 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The audience—which filled up perhaps half of the synagogue's 1,000-seat sanctuary—laughed appreciatively.
On being ushered to a bar tent, he blew out his cheeks and raised his eyebrows appreciatively at the range of drinks on offer.
The little man licked his lips appreciatively and returned to the doorway below the premises of Kazmah.Dope|Sax Rohmer
John Dory pulled at his cigar appreciatively, sniffed its flavour for a moment, and then leaned forward in his chair.The Double Four|E. Phillips Oppenheim
From time to time he bites appreciatively on a ham sandwich as he looks about him, apparently viewing the room for the first time.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
They talked of Werther and his sorrows; the Emperor appreciatively, and with a knowledge of detail.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
When the tray was ejected, he sipped his drink appreciatively and looked across the rim of the glass at the other man.Security|Poul William Anderson