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Synonyms for laudatory

full of or giving praise

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The assessor has reacted with a 10lb rise, but Laudatory is well served by today's conditions and can continue to progress.
In more than two dozen books, including novels, a multivolume memoir and laudatory biographies of Mao and Zhou Enlai, she had the singular task, during the 1950s and afterward, of simultaneously explaining China to the West and the West to China.
Heinrich Schmidinger, rector of the University of Salzburg in his laudatory address.
The jockey suffered a finalflight fall aboard Laudatory in the Steve Logan Memorial County Contractors Handicap Hurdle.
Yet, as Paul La Farge pointed out in 2005, the fictional account of a Protestant boy befriending the bewitchingly smart Silbermann in high school, written by a Protestant in post-Dreyfus France, was striking enough to earn widespread, laudatory attention from the Jewish community.
Caretaker vice-chancellor Mufti Abul Qasim Nomani has now been made a permanent incumbent in the post, bringing an end to the seven-month drama over Vastanvi's laudatory comments supporting Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
To come in as much as this young man has, I certainly think that's laudatory.
Similarly, the straight press was almost uniformly laudatory of A Single Man, while the gay press was generally critical or lukewarm.
His opening joke and laudatory remarks set a tone that reassured everyone that what else he had to say would be window dressing, repeating past statements of the church that have been collecting dust on library shelves for decades while the church in fact supports those who have implemented a nuclear war planning and threat policy for some 64 years now.
There are 35 laudatory reviews presented at the front of the novel, but to quote from the book itself: "They carried malaria tablets, love letters, 28-pound mine detectors, dope, illustrated Bibles, each other.
I find nothing laudatory in such self-serving actions.
Blidge surprised her with a laudatory phone call during Christmas.
If a priest requests five volunteers he will normally have five females respond, which in itself is laudatory.
This letter was so appreciative and flattering that not only was I blushing from the laudatory compliments it contained but I also had to contend with many listeners asking if it had been written by my own mother.
I found it slow reading and perplexing, yet all the reviews I have read were laudatory.