honor; glory; acclaim: No greater kudo could have been bestowed.
a statement of praise or approval; accolade; compliment: one kudo after another.
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How to use kudo in a sentence
Even Google offered kudos, adding an animated surprise to the results generated when someone searched her winning word.Zaila Avant-garde Knows the Troubling History Behind Her Historic Spelling Bee Win | Janell Ross | July 16, 2021 | Time
I have a friend who recorded a rigorous gardening session a few weeks ago—which warranted kudos and a comment from me.
When we look at the total scope, and the way in which all of this stuff was done, you don’t get no kudos for me for that.'It's Mean-Spirited.' A Blind Disability Advocate on How Georgia's New Election Law Could Make Voting Even Harder | Sanya Mansoor | April 14, 2021 | Time
IBM, meanwhile, earned kudos as a company that has drawn a clear line on political donations or electioneering of any kind, since its founding, and lives by it.It’s time to finally drain the swamp, one company at a time | Judy Samuelson | January 27, 2021 | Quartz
After giving kudos to each of the new supervisors on Tuesday, including his former state Assembly colleague Anderson, Fletcher couldn’t muster praise for Desmond.Morning Report: One-Stop Shop for Victims Has Stopped In-Person Services | Voice of San Diego | January 6, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
The police believe that the kudo-kai orchestrated these three attacks.
The police arrested two men from the kudo-kai group in June of 2002.
He, too, refused to work with the kudo-kai or placate them and he, too, was shot to death just last December.
Now criminal investigators all over Japan have stepped up operations to push for the dismantling of the kudo-kai.
In any event, for the kudo-kai, the police arrest of their top dog is expected to have the impact of a well-thrown hand grenade.
From Kumaishi to kudo numerous reefs extend out at sea, and small headlands afford a safe anchorage to junks.Alone with the Hairy Ainu | A. H. Savage Landor