How to use appreciative in a sentence

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We were noisily appreciative of this, and spent much time sitting around on Midsummer Common, and toasting Heather's brilliant supportive role.
Mr Cunningham stood there, an amused, appreciative look on his face as his gaze swept my almost bare figure.
Unknown singers hoping to be tomorrow's megastars play their hearts out for appreciative beer drinkers and cigarette smokers.
In a seller's market for skilled workers, employees are more demanding about what they want and less appreciative of what they get.
Surely, the Congress should be sensitive and appreciative of the hostility to foreign troops.
Both teams squared away the three-game test series in front of appreciative crowds.
If you are a reader of these papers and would like to pass on the tokens, the students would be most appreciative.
We would have to say they were the best behaved and appreciative guests we have ever entertained.
I shimmied back over to the piano and held my glass out to the appreciative audience.
One of the newer members made an excellent speech of his travels abroad bringing forth much laughter from his appreciative audience.
A packed house was very appreciative of the fashion displayed and all the models got a great reception.
The Queen and the Duke chatted to local residents and received gifts and bouquets of flowers from an appreciative crowd of several hundred.
Lifting her snifter, she took an appreciative sip of the rare tequila, letting it blaze a path down her throat, its warmth enveloping her.
This is the first time Pierce has become involved in sponsorship with the club and St Michael's are very appreciative of his involvement.
I'm forever appreciative of the great academic education spearheaded by the Norbertine fathers.
If anyone wants to come over to my house in a cute nursey outfit and tend to me, I would be most appreciative.
Nonetheless, the date featured a stellar line-up of talent and those in attendance were quite appreciative.
I'm especially appreciative of the fact that sock number two is striping the same as sock number one.
The guys let out appreciative hollers as Elizabeth stepped up onto the stage.
I hope to get a small distributor and look forward to lots of festival, cinematheque and museum screenings with small but appreciative audiences.
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Examples from Classical Literature
In the hideous church is a monument to him fairly appreciative, but disfigured by snobbism.
The Leopard Woman sat her donkey, and surveyed it all with appreciative eyes.
Against these he could inveigh with surety, at least, of an appreciative audience.
But the appreciative reading of any work of literature cannot thus be prescribed.
Tesla fastened a repugnantly appreciative eye upon her, as if he were becoming privy to an exclusive secret.
The French are very appreciative, from the poilu up to the highest officers.
He said praiseful and appreciative things about the girl, but didn't dwell upon that detail or make it prominent.
The old, black hag shook with appreciative laughter, disclosing an occasional and lonesome yellow fang.
He was very genial and very appreciative of what we had done, and took off our hands all cares as to details.
They all laughed, not boisterously, actually an appreciative laugh.
Mrs. cutler gave a full and appreciative review of Mrs. Gage's life.
For appreciative criticism of some of the great poets the essays of Lowell and of Matthew Arnold are among the best.
We are sincerely appreciative of the generosity of Bob and Carrol Padgett, and everyone that joined us at Arts Alive for a spectacular event.
He would sit and gaze at281 me in the most soulful, appreciative way.
Boris smiled circumspectly, so that it might be taken as ironical or appreciative according to the way the joke was received.
But these disused gasometers could appeal to adventurous urbanites appreciative of extraordinary design and experimental communality.
Current single Lump In My Throat was another off kilter riff-driven tune, the intensity all too apparent to the appreciative crowd.
Their heritage made them less than appreciative of urban life.
His lordship, remember, never lacked an appreciative eye for a fine woman.
The author is an appreciative Englishman, and tells his story well.
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