Synonyms of 'éclat'
He performed his piano solo with great éclat.
The opera house was perfection, all brilliance and glamour.
She has not lost her grace and style.
The change in government is more for show than for real.
He embraced it with such confidence and display.
with a flourish of church bells
the panache and flair you'd expect
They met in the splendour of the hotel.
the pomp and splendour of the English aristocracy
Gold retains its lustre for far longer than other metals.
Despite her wealth, she lived with a notable lack of ostentation.
He was his usual mixture of flamboyance and flair.
She used to be a singer of some renown.
He had his moment of glory when he won the London Marathon.
At the height of his fame, his every word was valued.
She has finally achieved celebrity after 25 years as an actress.
He is a composer of distinction and sensitivity.
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Acclaim is public praise for someone or something.
She won critical acclaim for her performance.
Acclamation is a noisy or enthusiastic expression of approval for someone or something.
The event went ahead to universal acclamation.
Thesaurus for éclat from the Collins English Thesaurus