After the blind man played a perfect sonata on the piano, the crowd gave him a standing ovation.
The scared girl gave the best presentation in the classroom which resulted in an ovation from her classmates.
Before the fans left the bleachers, they gave an ovation to the team for winning their only game of the season.
The talent show ended with such a loud ovation that people in the next building could hear it.
Once the movie was over, the viewers were so inspired by the film that they gave a genuine ovation in the theater.
The attitude had its effect; the applause began and grew to an ovation.
"Quite an ovation," she cried, sprawling out of her first-class carriage.
Louisiana welcomed him with an ovation of the most fervent enthusiasm.
Diana's progress down the corridor partook of the nature of an ovation.
All, thought the delighted Meliora, was an ovation to her brother.
It is quite right; London put an affront on him, Paris owes him an ovation.
A sad thought, doctor, and that's why we're going to give them an ovation, as the saying is.
On the first anniversary of the Bastille he received an ovation.
He stayed in his camp and, in order to avoid an ovation, did not enter Warsaw.
But the strangest part of all was, that after receiving this ovation she disappeared.