The first time round, in 2011, the critics, while not unkind, were not laudatory.
It is the custom of the Germans to spare certain houses in every village by chalking up some laudatory notice.
Wise or dull, laudatory or otherwise, we put their opinions aside.
The females, meanwhile, looked on attentively, and applauded the performances of the dancers with laudatory cries.
Fonsegue says that it's written in too laudatory a style for the 'Globe.'
The Beaver River was made the subject of long and laudatory discussion.
He is critical, but not captious; laudatory, but not fulsome.
If these people had the present savage belief in the wakan, or mystic power of animals, the names may even have been laudatory.
You must agree with that laudatory estimation of him which I read in the Missouri Democrat.
A true aspirant therefore never needs look for allusions personal and laudatory in discourse.