Definition of Lauded

1. Verb. (past of laud) ¹



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Definition of Lauded

1. laud [v] - See also: laud

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lauded

laudablenesses
laudably
laudanine
laudanosine
laudanum
laudanumed
laudanuming
laudanums
laudation
laudations
laudative
laudatives
laudator
laudators
laudatory
lauded (current term)
lauder
lauders
lauding
laudits
lauds
laueite
lauf
laufs
laugh
laugh'd
laugh a minute
laugh all the way to the bank
laugh at
laugh away

Literary usage of Lauded

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1. Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India by John Muir (1872)
"He lauded with nine : the Fathers were created : Aditi was the ruler. ... He lauded with thirteen: the mouths were created: the year was the ruler. ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1885)
"No mention is made of the administration of iodine, so highly lauded by Dr. Granville, but great benefit, is claimed from the employment of extract of ..."

3. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV., King by Charles Greville (1903)
"... Turks declare War—Lord Palmerston's Views—Ix>rd Palmerston lauded by the Radicals and the Tories—• Failure of the Pacific Policy- Lord Aberdeen desires ..."

4. Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original Documents by Frank Moore (1859)
"... Europe who is not attached to it by lauded property or other similar cause. There is a field opening for every species of manufacture, art and science, ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1908)
"... was deprived of his benefices and sentenced to perpetual exile, but was reinstated by Nicholas V, and died in 1463, lauded by the Humanists as a ..."

6. Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting Scenes in by James Edward Alexander (1833)
"The Bishop lauded.—Funeral Rites— Barbarous Customs.—The Havannah, a hot-bed of Disease— A Deadly Swamp—Mortality in a British Frigate—Manner in which the ..."

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