laud (Meaning)

Wordnet

laud (v)

praise, glorify, or honor

Webster

laud (v. i.)

High commendation; praise; honor; exaltation; glory.

A part of divine worship, consisting chiefly of praise; -- usually in the pl.

Music or singing in honor of any one.

To praise in words alone, or with words and singing; to celebrate; to extol.

laud Sentence Examples

  1. The audience lauded the singer's performance with a standing ovation.
  2. The parents lauded their child's achievements in the school play.
  3. The boss lauded the employee's hard work and dedication with a promotion.
  4. The teacher lauded the student's exceptional essay with an A+ grade.
  5. The team lauded the captain's decisive leadership during the game.
  6. The critic lauded the author's insightful analysis in the new book.
  7. The public lauded the politician's courageous stance on the controversial issue.
  8. The volunteer group lauded the community's support for their fundraising event.
  9. The congregation lauded the pastor's inspiring sermon during the Sunday service.
  10. The reviewer lauded the movie's stunning visuals and compelling storyline.

FAQs About the word laud

praise, glorify, or honorHigh commendation; praise; honor; exaltation; glory., A part of divine worship, consisting chiefly of praise; -- usually in the pl., Mu

applause, praise, honor, acclaim, accolade, glory, credit, fame, réclame, laurels

pan,knock, slam, belittle, blame, disparage, criticize, put down, criticize, slam

The audience lauded the singer's performance with a standing ovation.

The parents lauded their child's achievements in the school play.

The boss lauded the employee's hard work and dedication with a promotion.

The teacher lauded the student's exceptional essay with an A+ grade.