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Laudatory is used to describe something that gives praise and laudable is used to describe something that deserves or receives praise.

Example: His laudatory remarks were appropriate for such laudable behavior.

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  • Liz Vallespir
    Liz Vallespir
    Is a person laudable or laudatory, or neither?
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