Laudation

Part of speech: noun

Eulogy.

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Usage examples "laudation":

  1. It is impossible to convey to our reader the grave air of importance with which Tomlinson made his concluding laudation. - "Paul Clifford, Volume 3.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
  2. But, this due rite paid, Mr Arnold gives himself up to enjoyment, laudation, and a few good- natured and, for the most part, extremely judicious proposals for making the good better still. - "Matthew Arnold", George Saintsbury.
  3. The gentleman who has just left us failed not in laudation of the enterprising landlord; the more particularly, as the building of the new tavern advanced the price of ground on the street, and made him a few hundred dollars richer. - "Ten Nights in a Bar Room", T. S. Arthur.