Accolade in a Sentence
Definition of Accolade
an acknowledgement or an award
Use Accolade in a sentence
When the police officer was offered the plaque, he refused to accept an accolade for doing his job.
Mrs. Smith is such a great teacher that she is always getting one accolade after another.
During the monthly meeting, the company president will present an accolade to the employee of the month.
The Medal of Honor is the highest accolade a soldier can win.
Since the lone fireman rescued twenty children from a burning bus, he will more than likely receive an accolade from the president.
The animal rescue group deserves an accolade for finding homes for over seven hundred abandoned pets last year.
Because I am not well known at school, I know I will not receive the “most popular” accolade from my peers.
The play has been sold-out for over eleven months and is certain to win at least one accolade at the awards show on Sunday.
The quarterback said he did not care about winning an accolade as long as he had the support of his fans.
Because the shy girl did not like being in the spotlight, she quickly accepted her accolade and walked off the stage.
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