- v. Simple past tense and past participle of laud.
“In addition, Mr. Holder provided a three-word answer early on this morning that Senator Durbin lauded as welcome: “Waterboarding is torture.””
“The plumber who John McCain lauded as an Everyman while oddly proclaiming Congratulations!”
“Following the models set in lauded tales from "A Christmas Carol" to "Mary Poppins", the four Willoughbys hope to attain their proscribed happy ending too, or at least a satisfyingly maudlin one.”
“Not since the first Alfred Hitchcock Presents The Three Investigators, which my cousin lauded as terrifying.”
“Michael Irvin lauded the Dallas Cowboys family for inspiring him to make it to Canton.”
“Epstein lauded the Court for its new, more liberal outlook, represented by the Fanny Hill decision.”
“And although Web postings in his name lauded the attacks, there was no direct evidence linking him to their planning.”
“Contrast this with Milan, where Leonardo, the Brazilian hired just before Christmas to take over Inter, heard his name lauded around the San Siro.”
“Steelers coach Mike Tomlin lauded Pouncey's "position flexibility and" football smarts "and noted he played in the SEC.”
“Given that LFOA steers well away from providing a direct translation of Arabic terms the lauded linguistic diversity doesn't exist anyway, even assuming Australian children would find being spoken to in Arabic helpful.”
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