- (context, often used in plural) (plural of, plaudit)
- 1860, Henry Brooke, William Peter Strickland, Charles Kingsley, The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, page 171:
- : As soon as they had finished, the whole assembly could scarce refrain from breaking forth in loud , as at the public theatre ; and a humming of mixed voices and patting feet was heard throughout.
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