Definition of plauditory in US English:

plauditory

adjective

  • Applausive; laudatory, expressive of approval.

Origin

Mid 17th century. Either irregularly from plaudit + -ory, or irregularly from classical Latin plaudere plaud ( plaudit- being erroneously taken as past participial stem) + -ory; perhaps by association with auditory.

Pronunciation

plauditory

/ˈplɔːdɪt(ə)ri/