Origin of laud
OTHER WORDS FROM laudlaud·er, lau·da·tor [law-dey-ter], /ˈlɔ deɪ tər/, nouno·ver·laud, verb (used with object)
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How to use laud in a sentence
I have never met her, and I am inclined to laud her chivalry.Pulp Nonfiction: India’s Shameful Failure to Defend Historian of Hinduism|Tunku Varadarajan|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Democrats and Wall Street Republicans would laud Boehner as a hero while the right would run him out of town.Iran, Yes. Congress, No. Obama Won’t Budge for Hardliners at Home|Eleanor Clift|September 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Holbrooke then used a Karzai visit to Washington in May to laud the Afghan leader with pomp, circumstance, and attention.Richard Holbrooke's Last Mission in Afghanistan by David Rohde|David Rohde|November 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
All the more reason to laud—or at least not pile on—evidence of action.
If the claims are indeed true this time, expect al Qaeda to laud its martyrs publicly.
Illustrius mult est id quod sequitur, & ad Barbaror sensum in Baptismi laud singulare.
He was the friend of Laud, by whose influence he was promoted, and by whose fall he was a great sufferer.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
The Long Parliament voted the canons illegal; Laud was imprisoned, and in 1642 the bishops were excluded from parliament.
You find me, count, taking a professional and business-like survey of the laud that you promised to sell me.The Isle of Unrest|Henry Seton Merriman
In the reign of king Charles I. archbishop Laud put the king upon republishing this declaration, which was accordingly done.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts