(Latin: praise, praising; glorify, glorifying; showing or expressing strong approval or admiration for something or someone)
A reference to a good examination grade or an earned degree from an educational institution.
2. Worthy of censure or disapproval instead of praise: "The illaudable scores of the students resulted in the teacher being severely criticized for his inadequate teaching."
"The dog's owner was lauding his pet for its outstanding performance at the canine show."
2. Expressing a hymn or song of praise: "The minister of the church urged his congregation to laud God in song and in their daily behavior."
2. Worthy of high praise.
2. Being worthy of praise
2. An instance of lauding; tribute; encomium (a formal expression of high praise; a eulogy): "An encomium by the President greeted the returning military hero."
2. A reference to speech or writing expressing or conferring praise: The critic wrote a laudatory review of the new play that was performed recently.
Martha was overwhelmed by the speaker's laudatory remarks regarding her volunteer work.