The pat was an accolade.
"The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories" by Mark Twain
The work had its first accolade of genius in the wild protests of the music copyists, and in the downright mutiny of orchestral performers.
"Contemporary American Composers" by Rupert Hughes
The accolade of leadership is not inherent in the individual but is conferred on him by the group.
"The Armed Forces Officer" by U. S. Department of Defense
He had no sword, just a riding whip, so he tossed the whip on the bed, for you can't do an accolade with anything but a sword.
"The Backwash of War" by Ellen N. La Motte
As she looked proudly down at the hand he had honored with a blow as with an accolade she saw by her watch that it was after six.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes
The Sword of '76 would have refused the accolade; but that of '63 is of a milder temper.
"The Orpheus C. Kerr Papers. Series 3" by Robert H. Newell
For the accolade of a smile from those lips, in the flesh, a man might undertake all manner of folly.
"The Portal of Dreams" by Charles Neville Buck
And to Wat such a death would seem almost like an accolade.
"The Men of the Moss-Hags" by S. R. Crockett
Then Galahad gave him the accolade as he kneeled before him, and bade him rise a knight.
"Historic Tales, Vol 14 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
You see a hard job for a scanty wage; to Johnny Dines it was accolade and shoulder stroke.
"Stepsons of Light" by Eugene Manlove Rhodes
Except for the nuisance of dodging reporters, the accolade was not entirely unpleasant.
"Mate in Two Moves" by Winston Marks
The meanest hind was ennobled by the accolade of martyrdom to the loftiest peerage of the skies.
"Valeria" by William Henry Withrow
And Sir Launcelot laid the blade thereof upon the shoulder of Beaumains and so made him knight by accolade.
"The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions" by Howard Pyle
Bobby marched away as proudly as if he already saw the banners waving over him, and felt the accolade that made him a true knight.
"Spinning-Wheel Stories" by Louisa May Alcott
Lines drew taut and merciless for all untouched by the accolade of station, while on every side sat groups of elderly onlookers.
"The Higher Court" by Mary Stewart Daggett
I will gif him der accolade.
"The Honour of Savelli" by S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats
And now that it was here he sneered at the accolade of it.
"What Will People Say?" by Rupert Hughes
By kingly accolade Than theirs was never worthier knighthood made.
"Our First Half-Century" by Government of Queensland
The accolade was given, and the two friends, like companions in arms, gallantly charged the English.
"The History of Chivalry, Volume I (of 2)" by Charles Mills
There is nothing to show whence came "dubbing" or the "accolade.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 8" by Various
Paul Shaffer, Letterman 's longtime band leader, said he knew his boss was uncomfortable hearing such accolades, but that he knew Letterman was enjoying every second of it.
Paul Shaffer, Letterman 's longtime band leader, said he knew his boss was uncomfortable hearing such accolades, but that he was also enjoying every second of it.
"Bacon is Meat Candy," bacon is the ambrosia of pork and a million other accolades — they're all true, and some people don't just indulge and enjoy, they positively revel in it.
Grammy's, Oscars, Golden Globes…just about every prestigious accolade you can think of, Lionel has won it.
OXFORD TOWN – The new film "The Help" opens Aug 10 and many critics around the country have already seen it and are screaming its accolades.
Both groups have received their usual accolades.
The recipient of numerous community honors and service awards, Springman didn't go into public service for the accolades.
Los Angeles-based architect Thom Mayne , FAIA, is growing more accolade-rich every day, if you can believe it.
Carey received accolades for his work in the minors .
There are no new accolades I can bestow on Robert Mulligan's To Kill a Mockingbird that haven't already been give.
Ten Bulldogs earn post-season accolades LEBANON.
Chris Muller has earned a lot of accolades playing football at Boyertown.
Clowney's monster performance earns multiple SEC accolades.
Accolade helps top Murphy 's lot.
His name is longer than his tail, and he has packed nine lives' worth of accolades into three years of eating, napping, stretching, cuddling, playing, bathing, traveling, and being greatly admired.