lau·​da·​tion | \lȯ-ˈdā-shən \

Definition of laudation 

: the act of praising : eulogy

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Reve’s quintuple pirouettes in Basilio’s equally impressive variations brought gleeful laudations from the crowd, this critic included. Lauren Warnecke,, "Ballet Nacional de Cuba's 'Don Quixote' is unapologetically unrefreshed — and the dancing is glorious," 19 May 2018

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First Known Use of laudation

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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