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commendatory

[ kuh-men-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF commendatory

Synonyms for commendatory

  • acclamatory
  • applauding
  • approbatory
  • congratulatory
  • favorable
  • laudatory
  • positive
  • praiseful
  • praising
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMENDATORY

About 250 commendatory Notices on the above Works have appeared.

He turned back to the bed, and kneeling, read the commendatory prayer.

Above all, in a literal and also commendatory sense of the word, was the solarium.

Youve hit the mark, Fairbanks, were his first commendatory words.

But I beg you to bear in mind that I did not write the commendatory expressions in the paper.

For the most part, the commendatory section of the poem is an unsystematic tracing of Johnson's moral and literary merits.

The Life is sprinkled with quotations from the third edition, 118 lines in all, mostly from Courtenay's commendatory verses.

His first work was a translation from Ovid, followed by commendatory verses prefixed to certain plays of Jonson.

The Assistant made a commendatory remark touching this generous sentiment, and passed over the letter.

These extracts from the sworn testimony of this official, speak in no commendatory manner of his sense of official responsibility.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COMMENDATORY

acclamatory

adjectivecomplimentary
  • admiring
  • approbatory
  • approving
  • commendatory
  • congratulatory
  • extolling
  • laudatory
  • praising

approbatory

adjectivecomplimentary
  • acclamatory
  • affirmative
  • applauding
  • approbative
  • approving
  • commendatory
  • congratulatory
  • laudatory
  • plauditory
  • praiseful
  • praising
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