Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of laud.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One of the clarion calls lauding the survey results came from the National Jewish Democratic Council NJDC, a rival to the RJC.

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  • But this I think points up one of the real weaknesses in the idea of lauding early-00s R&B (and hip-hop, and pop) in these terms.

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  • Anyone who looks at the transcript or watches the video can tell you're lying about her "lauding" the AIP, so we'll say no more about that.

    Live-blogging night 2 of the Republican Convention.

  • For example, Pat Michaels has made some odd choices, such as lauding the ridiculous Khilyuk and Chilingar and his graph erasure.

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  • He has no discernible political agenda such as lauding or abhorring the war and/or military life but does want to describe the experience.

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  • He has no discernible political agenda such as lauding or abhorring the war and/or military life but does want to describe the experience.

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  • Sunstein's writing swings wildly between technology utopianism, such as lauding the Hive

    The Register

  • Sunstein's writing swings wildly between technology utopianism, such as lauding the Hive

    The Register

  • Sunstein's writing swings wildly between technology utopianism, such as lauding the Hive

    The Register

  • She was asked if she was a hypocrite for "lauding" Kevin Rudd as a great achiever despite knifing him as PM.

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