Origin of laud
OTHER WORDS FROM laudlaud·er, lau·da·tor [law-dey-ter], /ˈlɔ deɪ tər/, nouno·ver·laud, verb (used with object)
Other definitions for laud (2 of 2)
How to use laud in a sentence
How can we keep lauding the creative output of men even after the women in their lives out them as predators?
Haghjoo went out too, donning tape over his mouth and a sign lauding free speech for Iran.
Before the arrests, the Italian navy had defended the men, lauding them for warding off pirates and protecting the Italian vessel.
Bluntly, Republicans win when they distinguish between work and welfare, lauding the former and damning the latter.Barack Obama’s Herbert Hoover Budget a Political Boon for Republicans|Lloyd Green|April 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So much for the letters from top governmental officials lauding her maternal dedication.Gloria Allred Enters Petraeus Saga as Attorney for Natalie Khawam|Lizzie Crocker|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He considers it one of the greatest of all the vegetable products and never tires of lauding the plant and its use.
No person is to vaunt himself above others or find fault with the efforts of others while lauding his own.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians|Martin Luther
He justly animadverts upon the silly fashion of the day, in lauding the vulgar imitation of the worsted stockings by Thom.
I am too vain a creature to want to cope often with truths even though they might be uplifting self-lauding truths.I, Mary MacLane|Mary MacLane
The sisters, to prevent the accusation of vanity, do not praise themselves, but arrive at the same end by lauding up each other!Lazy Thoughts of a Lazy Girl|Jenny Wren