praiseful


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praiseful

(ˈpreɪzfʊl)
adj
1. full of praise; giving praise
2. archaic deserving of praise; praiseworthy
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.praiseful - full of or giving praise; "a laudatory remark"
complimentary - conveying or resembling a compliment; "a complimentary remark"
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As part of his criticism of the report, Imam called it: "False, illogical and praiseful to the authority.
Amir Izhar, President of AMA was praiseful of the efforts of minister for Higher Education and Information and pledged to provide unconditional support to the honorable minister for bringing positive changes in the current set up of the universities.
He begins in a quietly praiseful lilt, offering more respect than ardor to the old women seated in their open doorways near the sea: "Their faces are beautifully darkened in the sunlight.
According to one contemporary observer, such a new system required the evaluation of officials based on the counting of "the number of praiseful evaluations one receives ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII])" anonymously.