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Tuesday word: Laudatory

Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2019

Laudatory (adjective)
laud·a·to·ry [law-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]


adjective
1. containing or expressing praise: overwhelmed by the speaker's laudatory remarks.

Sometimes laud·a·tive.

CAN BE CONFUSED
laudable

RELATED FORMS
laud·a·to·ri·ly , adverb
o·ver·laud·a·to·ry , adjective
self-laud·a·to·ry , adjective
un·laud·a·tive , adjective
un·laud·a·to·ry , adjective

Synonyms
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adulatory, complimentary, commendatory.

RELATED WORDS
flattering, acclamatory, approbatory, commendatory, adulatory, approbative, encomiastic, eulogistic, laudative, panegyrical, praiseful

NEARBY WORDS
laudable, laudanum, laudation, laudator, laudator temporis acti, lauder, lauder, sir harry, lauderdale lakes, lauderhill, laudian

Origin: 1545–55; < Late Latin laudatorius, equivalent to lauda ( re ) to laud + -torius -tory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUDATORY
The first time round, in 2011, the critics, while not unkind, were not laudatory .

HOW CAN KATIE HOLMES ESCAPE TOM CRUISE—AND ‘DAWSON’S CREEK’?|TIM TEEMAN|OCTOBER 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But this is not the only laudatory account to be found in the Vienna papers.

FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIAN|FREDERICK NIECKS
Personal diffidence and a regard for truth forbid a laudatory account of my success.

OVERLAND THROUGH ASIA; PICTURES OF SIBERIAN, CHINESE, AND TARTAR LIFE|THOMAS WALLACE KNOX
The real value of this mushroom is largely overrated thanks to a too laudatory epithet.

THE LIFE OF THE FLY|J. HENRI FABRE
Laudatory poetical tributes with ornamental borders were posted in public places as a method of doing homage.

SELECTIONS FROM THE POEMS AND PLAYS OF ROBERT BROWNING|ROBERT BROWNING
Some of the expressions used with regard to the "Imitation" are among the most laudatory that have ever been used of any book.

THE CENTURY OF COLUMBUS|JAMES J. WALSH
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