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  • n. Plural form of laudation.

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Examples

  • In many a work on German literature he is discussed as honorably as judiciously; I need only recall the laudations which Küttner,

    The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 02 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English. in Twenty Volumes

  • I have a snap judgment, two misinformed theories, three disdainful observations, four breathless and bizarrely-defensive laudations and sixteen wildly inconsistent opinions to offer, and the day is slipping away.

    you're going to what

  • It was a long ceremony, followed by writing up the laudations of the five winners per category for the catalogue.

    BPN 1331 2009 WSA Grand Jury - Day 8

  • They were little handbills the size of your hand, all display headings full of extravagant laudations of my celebrity and my lecture, and names of the illustrious people who were going to be there.

    'Who Is Mark Twain?'

  • After a good deal of careful deliberation, in honor of Flickhead's Luís Buñuel Blog-a-thon September 24-30, I have decided to make my own timely contribution to these laudations with a detailed discussion of Buñuel's actresses.

    The Women of Buñuel

  • Ulysses he could understand; but what were these prodigious laudations bestowed on it?

    The Newcomes

  • Father Damien, I can only reply that we who knew the man are surprised at the extravagant newspaper laudations, as if he was a most saintly philanthropist.

    Lay Morals

  • Protestants, with the comfortable conviction of superiority, have sent out missionaries with a bare subsistence only, and are unsparing in our laudations of some for not being worldly-minded whom our niggardliness made to live as did the prodigal son.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • At 14 West Tenth Street letters, newspaper clippings, documents poured in by the bushel — laudations, vituperations, denunciations, vindications; no such tumult ever occurred in a peaceful literary home.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • The concept that really jars me whenever i read White Teeth reviews are the laudations that are thrust upon the writer, Ms Smith, for being 24 years old when she published her remarkable debut.

    Reader reviews of White Teeth by Zadie Smith.

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