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See definition of eulogistic on Dictionary.com
  • as incomplimentary
  • as inglowing
  • as inlaudatory

synonyms for eulogistic

  • appreciative
  • congratulatory
  • polite
  • respectful
  • adulatory
  • approbative
  • approbatory
  • approving
  • celebrating
  • commendatory
  • courtly
  • encomiastic
  • encomiastical
  • fair-spoken
  • fawning
  • highly favorable
  • honeyed
  • honoring
  • laudatory
  • panegyrical
  • plauditory
  • praiseful
  • sycophantic
  • unctuous
  • well-wishing
  • with high praise
  • with highest recommendation
  • blazing
  • burning
  • fiery
  • flaming
  • rhapsodic
  • eager
  • heated
  • keen
  • rave
  • adulatory
  • ardent
  • avid
  • complimentary
  • desirous
  • ecstatic
  • fervent
  • fervid
  • fierce
  • hot-blooded
  • impassioned
  • laudatory
  • panegyrical
  • passionate
  • zealous
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antonyms for eulogistic

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  • unmannerly
  • blaming
  • censuring
  • critical
  • denouncing
  • disparaging
  • for sale
  • insulting
  • reproachful
  • unflattering
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How to use eulogistic in a sentence

That body arranged to honor the hero as soon as he appeared in the House, by a eulogistic address by the speaker.
FROM FARM HOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSEWILLIAM M. THAYER
Crtineau-Joly's history was written in great haste; he is often a special pleader, and even Jesuits find him too eulogistic.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
The emperor himself composed the eulogistic epitaph which was inscribed on the tomb.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
But what made things worse was that, when the Captain left the stand, he had been addressed in eulogistic terms by counsel.
SATAN'S INVISIBLE WORLD DISPLAYED OR, DESPAIRING DEMOCRACYW. T. STEAD
This periodical published in due course a highly eulogistic study of the remarkable career of Sir Dominick Ferrand.
THE REAL THING AND OTHER TALESHENRY JAMES
The contemporary reports of the performance are numerous and all very eulogistic.
THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME II (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
Miss Jeanette (the daughter), says the eulogistic Schnfeld, played the pianoforte with great expression and skill.
THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME I (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
Allan Cunningham wrote a very eulogistic metrical dedication.
SOUVENIR OF THE GEORGE BORROW CELEBRATIONJAMES HOOPER
The word "principle" is a eulogistic cover for the fact of tendency.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
He (the teller of the story) had got a letter in which a friend of his had been spoken of in a highly eulogistic fashion.
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