Definition of Laudations

1. Noun. (plural of laudation) ¹



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Definition of Laudations

1. laudation [n] - See also: laudation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Laudations

lauchs
laud
laudability
laudable
laudable pus
laudableness
laudablenesses
laudably
laudanine
laudanosine
laudanum
laudanumed
laudanuming
laudanums
laudation
laudations
laudative
laudatives
laudator
laudators
laudatory
lauded
lauder
lauders
lauding
laudits
lauds
laueite
lauf
laufs

Literary usage of Laudations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of the Life and Times of James Madison by William Cabell Rives (1868)
"... Madison to Assaults on Virginia, and Extravagant Laudations of their own State by Messrs. Ames and Dexter — Close of First Session of Third Congress. ..."

2. The Financial Economy of the United States Illustrated by John Alexander Ferris (1867)
"We hear on all sides the laudations of a uniform currency, and California is considered by some fanatics as the foe to her own progress, because she does ..."

3. The Life of Theodore Roosevelt: Twenty-fifth President of the United States by Murat Halstead (1902)
"... Three Pre-eminently Great Men—Aspirations Revealed in His Laudations—He Corrects a First Impression— Loves Cowboys, but "There Are Others"—How He Became ..."

4. Railway Locomotive Management, in a Series of Letters by Veritas vincit (1847)
"ensue, I would suggest to Mr. Kirtley not to build too much on the fulsome laudations of the Directors in their last Report, for they were given only to ..."

5. Studies in History, Legend and Literature by Henry Schütz Wilson (1884)
"This fact alone, to my mind, robs Ariosto's laudations of Lucrezia of all moral worth or value. Again, Herr Gregorovius asks whether Lucrezia's letter to ..."

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