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Example Sentences for "congratulate"

The office staff bought a lovely gift to congratulate Bjork on the birth of her first childI would just like to congratulate the newly married couple on this, the most important day in their lives.

The office staff bought a lovely gift to congratulate Bjork on the birth of her first child.

The couple received letters of congratulation from all over the country.

Congratulations! You got the job.

First of all, let's have a round of applause to congratulate those who organized this wonderful event.

My former boss actually gave me a congratulatory bouquet of flowers when he heard I had gotten a new job.

Your parents phoned to congratulate you on your graduation.

The old couple received a congratulatory letter from the President on the 60th anniversary of their marriage.

Congratulations! You have a beautiful, healthy baby girl!

He walked through the crowd shaking hands and receiving congratulations on a job well done.

Congratulations must be given to my opponent, who played an outstanding game and certainly deserved this win.

I am writing to congratulate you on your acceptance to the position of vice-president of overseas operations.

The young couple received telegrams of congratulations from their friends around the world on the day of their wedding.

In Bahrain, a new bride's guests can only visit and congratulate her on the third day after her wedding.

Former President John Adams once suggested that no man who ever held the Office of President would congratulate a friend on obtaining it.


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