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


You have a patient not very far away who lauds you to the skies.

He condemns the vices of his own age, and lauds the old Romans: Praef.

Clarendon, passim, especially his summary of Lauds character.

He, with Ignatius and others, lauds celibacy as the holiest state.

The mountains that divide the lauds they have passed o'er the crest.

One with lauds and beeves, with rents and consols, mark you?

Perhaps he would be singing the lauds; may be those lauds, who knows?

Lauds is proper to sunrise, but is mostly grouped with matins.

That kind of faith which Dr. Wace describes and lauds is of no use here.

Then the Office of Matins was commenced, and it with Lauds occupied about one hour.