We have no meanings for "warm approbation" in our records yet.
However, 'The Washington Daily Love-Feast' hailed the bill with warm approbation.
There he saw the ceremony of ordination performed, and expressed warm approbation of the Anglican ritual.
On hearing of a noble deed, she blushed warm approbation; at a worthy sentiment, she blushed heart-felt sympathy.
She had the encouragement also of Mr Barker's warm approbation of her self-denying industry, and of her excellent management.
Next day the particulars of the reception of the deputies by the King were reported to the Assembly, and excited warm approbation.
Goldsmith, who was now on cordial terms with him, had zealously promoted his election, and Johnson had given it his warm approbation.
The general commander-in-chief expresses his warm approbation of the conduct of the two battalions of the Minho regiment of Portuguese, commanded by Colonel O'Connor.
At Chatham, with the warm approbation of Major-General Hewett, commanding the depôt, he introduced that system of hospital reform which had elsewhere operated so successfully.
Mr. Cole, April 11.- Warm approbation of mason's Life of gray.
Warm approbation followed this speech, and a few hurrahs were raised for the young gentlemen in the castle.
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