praise (someone or something) to the heavens(redirected from praises to the heavens)
praise (someone or something) to the heavens
To heap lavish or excessive amounts of praise on someone or something. All the film critics have been praising her performance to the heavens, but I thought it was a bit wooden, to be honest. Your previous boss praised you to the heavens in his letter of recommendation, so we have high hopes for you here. Instead of criticizing or yelling at a child for bad behavior, focus on praising them to the heavens for good behavior.
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