- The definition of laudatory is expressions, speech or actions giving praise.
A speech in which you talk on and on about someones greatness is an example of laudatory.
laudatory definition by Webster's New World
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expressing praise; eulogistic; commendatory
Origin: Late Latin laudatorius ; from Classical Latin laudare: see laud
laudatory definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Expressing or conferring praise: a laudatory review of the new play.