laudatory

adjective lau·da·to·ry \ ˈlȯ-də-ˌtȯr-ē \
Updated on: 3 Dec 2017

Definition of laudatory

: of, relating to, or expressing praise
  • laudatory reviews

Examples of laudatory in a Sentence

  1. The play received mostly laudatory reviews.

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First Known Use of laudatory

1555


LAUDATORY Defined for English Language Learners

laudatory

adjective

Definition of laudatory for English Language Learners

  • : expressing or containing praise



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