LAUDATIVE

Etymology

Adjective

laudative (comparative more laudative, superlative most laudative)

laudatory

Noun

laudative (plural laudatives)

(obsolete) A panegyric; a eulogy.

Source: Wiktionary


Laud"a*tive, a. Etym: [L. laudativus laudatory: cf. F. laudatif.]

Definition: Laudatory.

Laud"a*tive, n.

Definition: A panegyric; a eulogy. [Obs.] Bacon.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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