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Definition of Laudatory

Laudatory
Laudatory Laud"a*to*ry, a. [L. laudatorius: cf. OF. laudatoire.] Of or pertaining praise, or to the expression of praise; as, laudatory verses; the laudatory powers of Dryden. --Sir J. Stephen.

Meaning of Laudatory from wikipedia

- A compliment is an expression of praise, congratulation or encouragement. Compliment or Compliments may refer to: Compliments (album), an album by Jerry...
- Many Army divisions have over the years earned nicknames; some laudatory, some derogatory, but mostly colorful. Sometimes, the nicknames themselves have...
- Over the Sea, was released in 1998, and received mostly positive but not laudatory reviews. While on tour, the band's newfound stardom through the Internet...
- of the different warring parties. The term ahl as-sunna was always a laudatory designation. Abu Hanifa (d. 769), who sympathized with Murdshia, insisted...
- Laudatory religious phrases in Islam...
- Time Will Pronounce: The 1992 Commissions is a 1993 album by Michael Nyman, his eighteenth release. Nyman does not perform on the album, but he composed...
- modern-day Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Kota prasisti (Praise; a short laudatory hymn: a eulogium) declared that they were the rulers of the Shatashasra...
- seconda. Rome: Pontificia Universita Gregorian. ISBN 978-88-7652-439-4. (laudatory) Stogre, Michael (1992). "Chapter Two". That the World May Believe: The...
- convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film surprised critics who were laudatory of its "charming" and "inspiring" nature, social context and the cast's...
- salacious commentary. Rangila Rasul had a surface appearance of a lyrical and laudatory work on Muhammad and his teachings and called Muhammad "a widely experienced"...