eulogize

[ yoo-luh-jahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF eulogize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EULOGIZE

It is the idea of the monotonous uniformity with which the Reviews will eulogize me.

Berrien acquiesced in but did not eulogize the compromise measures.

It is hardly worth while to eulogize the Christians who took part in Cortes crusade.

They eulogize his virtues and detail his public services at great length.

The deacon mounted a small platform and commenced to eulogize.

But then, their friends will keep their drawbacks in the dark, and eulogize their merits to the utmost.

The gardener did not eulogize his prize,—the rose-tree was gorgeous and any one could see it.

They are all in Sanskrit and eulogize a prince named Pûrṇavarman, who appears to have been a Vishnuite.

Unless you eulogize whatever they say or do, unless you adapt yourself to their slightest whim, they become angry with you.

If the poem was to be a mele-inoa, a name-song to eulogize some royal or princely scion, it must contain no word of ill-omen.

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