Laudation [noun]

Definition of Laudation:


Opposite/Antonyms of Laudation:


Sentence/Example of Laudation:

It is wonderful how a mite of laudation will prod us to be more worthy.

She disappeared round the corner before he could compose a suitable husband's reply to this laudation of a wife.

Their efforts in this direction have fully earned for them their own peculiar form of laudation as "actually equal to cash."

She is where I meant her to be, and where no charge of self-laudation can touch her.

Self-laudation abounds among the unpolished, but nothing can stamp a man more sharply as ill-bred.

He wrote a review of me in just that spirit—the two extremes of laudation and reprehension, folded in on one another.

Maids, wives, and widows, pour out a stream of perpetual laudation.

It appears to have none, though it has been the subject of fatuous laudation ever since the time of Rousseau.

The same tone of extreme laudation is kept up in a short and hurried letter sent back to Battus from Antwerp on his way home.

His extravagant phrases of laudation, in which the prince is credited with almost more than human qualities, cannot interest us.