Definition of Lauders

1. Noun. (plural of lauder) ¹



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Definition of Lauders

1. lauder [n] - See also: lauder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lauders

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

Literary usage of Lauders

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1. The Grange of St. Giles, the Bass: And the Other Baronial Homes of the Dick by Jane Stewart Smith (1898)
"lauders of that Ilk (after separation, lauders of Blyth. 1561 to 1649). ... lauders of Fountainhall. lauders of Park. lauders of Grange. ..."

2. The Religious System of the Amazulu: Izinyanga Zokubula; Or, Divination, as by Henry Callaway (1884)
"... the lauders were one; that is, the lauders were innumerable. ... There is not now even one lauder lauding ; that is, the lauders are very many. ..."

3. The Gateway of Scotland: Or, East Lothian, Lammermoor and the Merse by Arthur Granville Bradley (1912)
"A flat stone in the centre of the green, near the old almost vanished twelfth- century church, still marked the hereditary burying- ground of the lauders of ..."

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