Definition of Praiseful

1. Adjective. Full of or giving praise. "A laudatory remark"

Exact synonyms: Laudatory, Praising
Similar to: Complimentary
Derivative terms: Laud



Definition of Praiseful

1. a. Praiseworthy.

2. a. Praiseworthy.

Definition of Praiseful

1. Adjective. praiseworthy ¹

2. Adjective. full of praise for others ¹

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Literary usage of Praiseful

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1. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"Of whose high praise, and praiseful bliss, Goodness the pen, heaven the paper is. ... He ordain'da lady for his prise, Generally praiseful, fair and young, ..."

2. Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who Lived about the Time of Shakspeare by Charles Lamb (1813)
"He was a merchant, but so bounteous, Valiant, wise, learned, all so absolute, That nought was valued praiseful excellent/ But in't was he most praiseful ..."

3. Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare by Charles Lamb, Israel Gollancz (1893)
"He was merchant, but so bounteous, Valiant, wise, learned, all so absolute, That nought was valued praiseful excellent, But in 't was he most praiseful ..."

4. Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare by Charles Lamb (1813)
"He was a merchant, but so bounteous, Valiant, wise, learned, all so absolute, That nought was valued praiseful excellent, But in't was he most praiseful ..."

5. Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1814)
"And. He was a merchant, but so bounteous, Valiant, wise, learned, all so absolute, That nought was valued, praiseful, excellent, But in it was he most ..."

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