eulogistic[ yoo-luh-jis-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF eulogistic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EULOGISTIC
Even when descriptive or eulogistic, it is a direct address.
Perhaps, on the whole, it may seem to some that I write or speak in terms too eulogistic.
Lady Eardham when he arrived was mysterious, eulogistic, and beneficent.
The word "principle" is a eulogistic cover for the fact of tendency.
He applies to her only a few epithets, the most eulogistic of which is “Lucina the shene.”
The eulogistic poem by his friend, George Fabricius, is dated in 1551.
The contemptuous and the eulogistic point of view must, in every case, be repudiated.
There were notices also—not eulogistic—in “The Spectator” and elsewhere.
Now to which of these Ricardi does the eulogistic language of Gilbert refer?
All his remembrances of the old squire were eulogistic and affectionate.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EULOGISTIC
- highly favorable
- with high praise
- with highest recommendation