Commendation

Com`men*da"tion

(?), n. [L. commendatio.] 1. The act of commending; praise; favorable representation in words; recommendation.
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Need we . . . epistles of commendation?
2 Cor. iii. 1.
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By the commendation of the great officers.
Bacon.
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2. That which is the ground of approbation or praise.
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Good nature is the most godlike commendation of a man.
Dryden.
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3. pl. A message of affection or respect; compliments; greeting. [Obs.]
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Hark you, Margaret;
No princely commendations to my king?
Shak.
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