laud[ lawd ]SEE DEFINITION OF laud
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUD
The wench came up soon after, all aghast, with a Laud, Miss!
The presence of his kind to see and laud was an inspiration to him.
Its corners were cut off as the ears of Laud's victims had been cut off at Westminster.
And you, child, too, Shall have your task; deliver this to Laud.
Laud will not be the slowest in thy praise: "Thorough" he'll cry!
Would he wound a Sydneyite in the fifth rib, let him laud Melbourne.
Laud and praise be to God that hath sent us the true knowledge.
From this time the history of Oxford, for forty years, is mixed up with the history of Laud.
It has been said that Laud would not have known how to wear them.
Why is it then, we repeat, that Moses does not laud Enosh equally with Enoch?