Learning English

Word: Laud

Laud [Verb]

Sentence: Tired of London life, and with little money in the bank, they returned to Rebecca’s native Cavan with their infant son Bruce in 2008, just as the recession was kicking off. Seven years later, they are producing an internationally lauded poetry, art and short story magazine from their newly purchased farmhouse in Milltown, Co Cavan. The Moth is distributed to shops, newsagents and filling stations around the country. (Source: www.irishtimes.com)

Meaning: Praise highly

How To Remember?

You app-laud when a good work is done, don’t you now? You applaud a laudable work!


Extol; Eulogize

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