laudits

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From Latin laudite, second-person plural imperative of laudere ‎(to praise).

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laudits pl ‎(plural only)

  1. praise
  2. thanks, particularly when publicly given
    • 1997 July 6, Kathleen Parrish, “Award-winning Teacher Generous With Laudits”, in The Morning Call[1]:
    • 2008 December 20, “Obama takes a break after cabinet laudits”, in Bangladesh News[2]:

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