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Word: laud

Definition: praise; N. ADJ. laudable: praiseworthy; ADJ. laudatory: expressing praise


Sentences Containing 'laud'

However, my speech produced nothing else beside a laud laughter, which all the respect due to his majesty from those about him could not make them contain.

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