Definition of Belauded
1. belaud [v] - See also: belaud
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Belauded
belauded (current term)
belay my last
Literary usage of Belauded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rudyard Kipling: An Attempt at Appreciation by G. F. Monkshood (1899)
"In return, the men of the Empire have belauded Rudyard Kipling. For they have looked upon his work; and lo, they have seen that that also is good! ..."
2. St. Bernard's: The Romance of a Medical Student by Edward Berdoe (1888)
"Then all sorts of worthless articles of diet, much belauded by the journals which received ... All these much-belauded nostrums, like our little systems, ..."
3. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin Abbott Abbott (1899)
"... of the understanding, more of your despised Straight Lines than of your belauded Circles. But enough of this. Look yonder. Do you know that building ? ..."