laudatory

[ law-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF laudatory

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He paused, evidently expectant of laudatory corroboration from the secretary.

He would mention him in laudatory terms to new-comers, when his back was turned.

Fonsegue says that it's written in too laudatory a style for the 'Globe.'

He is critical, but not captious; laudatory, but not fulsome.

Wise or dull, laudatory or otherwise, we put their opinions aside.

You must agree with that laudatory estimation of him which I read in the Missouri Democrat.

But this is not the only laudatory account to be found in the Vienna papers.

The verses will appear to-night, with my laudatory introduction.

They write about their own researches in most laudatory terms and hypnotise us into believing them.

And for Jean Piot and his Piotte, what kind and laudatory expressions!

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