eulogy

[ yoo-luh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF eulogy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EULOGY

His oration was lengthy and his eulogy spoken with evident emotion.

Southerners incline to eulogy; and syllabubs insist upon it.

That was as far as I could get with it: in fact, that was about all there was to be said by way of eulogy.

This eulogy of Henry plainly implies some short experience of his reign.

The eulogy is so glorious that I certainly owe you a large share of thanks for it.

There were tears under my eyelids as the editor concluded his eulogy.

His contemporaries speak of his character in terms of eulogy.

What a theme for a painter, and what a eulogy was that scene!

What an eulogy is this on the perfection of the sacred writings!

And this eulogy was pronounced by a prophet, a poet, and a king—no common assemblage.

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