laudative


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laud·a·tive

 (lô′də-tĭv)
adj.
Laudatory.
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But in ancient times, the trophies erected upon the place of the victory; the funeral laudatives and monuments for those that died in the wars; the crowns and garlands personal; the style of emperor, which the great kings of the world after borrowed; the triumphs of the generals, upon their return; the great donatives and largesses, upon the disbanding of the armies; were things able to inflame all men's courages.
Le cheikh Marwan tente de le seduire avec une rhetorique laudative pour sa femme, mais vite les deux se retrouvent sur des positions opposees en ce qui concerne leur maniere de se rapporter a l'etre humain.
L'on constate que tous ces noms ont une connotation laudative, signe qu'a l'origine, les sirenes n'etaient nullement assimilees a des etres pervers.