Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Let no one suspect me of lauding the mockery of virtue in what I say here.

For this exploit the ragamuffin is lauding him to the skies.

Now, there is no unpopularity to-day in lauding a Jew or a Greek or an Irishman.

I'm compelled to stand for all this for the simple crime of not lauding the old man.

They sat about him amiably drinking, and lauding him as a fine fellow after all.

One day he was lauding them to the skies, another depreciating them to a cipher.

But in that case we should have no ground for ascribing these attributes to him, or lauding him for them.

Let them go on as they are, hoping and waiting; lauding him to the skies as a sort of superman?

I suppose little Bessie has been lauding her up to the skies.'

Were you lauding the taste of my embroidery, Maister Maxwell?