1A sustained and enthusiastic show of appreciation from an audience, especially by means of applause: the performance received a thundering ovation
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- It also boasts the kind of ending that encourages an ovation from an enthusiastic audience.
- York-based steel band Steel Expression added a modern twist to some festive classics and their version of Sleigh Ride received a long ovation from the audience.
- Their singing was beautiful and they received a rapturous ovation from the audience.
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