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But in his own time the obloquy will probably make as much noise and find as much credit as the panegyric.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
They were located in the midst of a fertile country, now dreary and desolate, which was the object of great panegyric.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IIJOHN LORD
No, not if all the poets joined in one grand panegyric, you would never know what it all meant.
GARDENS OF THE CARIBBEES, V. 1/2IDA MAY HILL STARR
Sheridan fanned the flame; he taunted Burke with inconsistency, and pronounced a panegyric on the revolutionary leaders.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
They treat of love, without making us feel any tenderness; and abound in panegyric, without exciting admiration.
The missions of the early Jesuits extorted praises from Baxter and panegyric from Liebnitz.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VIJOHN LORD
A very supercilious smile from Lady Netherby cut short a panegyric Mr. Dempsey would gladly have extended.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
She had seen the Bird in his cage, and the emperor had spared no panegyric in his praise during the repast.
THE ARABIAN NIGHTSUNKNOWN
There never was a finer theme for editorial panegyric, and in good sooth your Lordship's press made the most of it.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. I (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
An allusion to the famous panegyric on the Jesuits called, "Imago primi sculi."
THE THOUGHTS OF BLAISE PASCALBLAISE PASCAL
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