Accolade conjugation

English
20 examples
This verb can also mean the following: confer, confer praise, confer a knighthood on, kiss in salutation, embrace

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
accolade
accolade
accolades
accolade
accolade
accolade
Future Simple
will accolade
will accolade
will accolade
will accolade
will accolade
will accolade
Past Simple
accoladed
accoladed
accoladed
accoladed
accoladed
accoladed
Conditional Simple
would accolade
would accolade
would accolade
would accolade
would accolade
would accolade
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am accolading
are accolading
is accolading
are accolading
are accolading
are accolading
Future Progressive
will be accolading
will be accolading
will be accolading
will be accolading
will be accolading
will be accolading
Past Progressive
was accolading
were accolading
was accolading
were accolading
were accolading
were accolading
Conditional Progressive
would be accolading
would be accolading
would be accolading
would be accolading
would be accolading
would be accolading
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have accoladed
have accoladed
has accoladed
have accoladed
have accoladed
have accoladed
Future Perfect
will have accoladed
will have accoladed
will have accoladed
will have accoladed
will have accoladed
will have accoladed
Past Perfect
had accoladed
had accoladed
had accoladed
had accoladed
had accoladed
had accoladed
Conditional Perfect
would have accoladed
would have accoladed
would have accoladed
would have accoladed
would have accoladed
would have accoladed
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been accolading
have been accolading
has been accolading
have been accolading
have been accolading
have been accolading
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been accolading
will have been accolading
will have been accolading
will have been accolading
will have been accolading
will have been accolading
Past Perfect Progressive
had been accolading
had been accolading
had been accolading
had been accolading
had been accolading
had been accolading
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been accolading
would have been accolading
would have been accolading
would have been accolading
would have been accolading
would have been accolading

Examples of accolade

Example in English
Paul Avery's investigation has won him the accolade "of a message from the Zodiac warning, 'You are doomed.'
And he deserves the accolade.
And they gave me a Dandy's greatest accolade.
And who would lead such a force to glorious accolade?
Friends, it is Manchester who has given us the highest accolade.
Paul Avery's investigation has won him the accolade "of a message from the Zodiac warning, 'You are doomed.'
And he deserves the accolade.
And they gave me a Dandy's greatest accolade.
And who would lead such a force to glorious accolade?
Friends, it is Manchester who has given us the highest accolade.
A few smiles and accolades and she thinks she's Miss World?
A lifetime of accolades hidden away just so I wouldn't feel bad.
After we've soaked up all the accolades and been sufficiently intimidating, I think we should get some sleep.
All the glory, all the accolades, everything since they were two.
All you heard were accolades about this person, and now all of a sudden, he's a monster.
A few smiles and accolades and she thinks she's Miss World?
A lifetime of accolades hidden away just so I wouldn't feel bad.
After we've soaked up all the accolades and been sufficiently intimidating, I think we should get some sleep.
All the glory, all the accolades, everything since they were two.
All you heard were accolades about this person, and now all of a sudden, he's a monster.

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