illaudable

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adjective il·laud·able \(ˌ)i(l)-ˈlȯ-də-bəl\

Definition of illaudable

  1. :  deserving no praise

illaudably

play \-blē\ adverb

Origin and Etymology of illaudable

Latin illaudabilis, from in- + laudabilis laudable


First Known Use: 1589


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