- laud, william,
- laudator temporis acti,
- lauder, sir harry
Origin of laudation
Examples from the Web for laudation
Their efforts in this direction have fully earned for them their own peculiar form of laudation as "actually equal to cash."The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
The style of the book is clear and condensed, and its fairness and impartiality a subject of laudation.
He heard nothing but laudation of the wine and remarks upon the cookery.The Golden Butterfly|Walter Besant
The war record of General Longstreet will always remain a theme of laudation by the sons of Southerners.Lee and Longstreet at High Tide|Helen D. Longstreet
His extravagant phrases of laudation, in which the prince is credited with almost more than human qualities, cannot interest us.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam|Ephraim Emerton
late 15c., from Latin laudationem (nominative laudatio) "a praising, commendation," noun of action from past participle stem of laudare "to praise" (see laud).