Definition of "laudator" [β€–Lau•da•tor]

  • (noun) One who lauds.
  • (noun) An arbitrator.

Use "laudator" in a sentence

  • "And this frank admission ought to show that I am not your mere twaddling laudator temporis acti β€” your old fogy who can see no good except in his own time."
  • "The sycophant β€” who in the pay of the English oligarchy played the romantic laudator temporis acti against the French Revolution just as, in the pay of the North American colonies at the beginning of the American troubles, he had played the liberal against the English oligarchy β€” was an out-and-out vulgar bourgeois."
  • "If the morals of mankind have not contracted an extraordinary degree of depravity, within these thirty years, then must I be infected with the common vice of old men, difficilis, querulus, laudator temporis acti; or, which is more probable, the impetuous pursuits and avocations of youth have formerly hindered me from observing those rotten parts of human nature, which now appear so offensively to my observation."

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