panegyric[ pan-i-jir-ik, -jahy-rik ]SEE DEFINITION OF panegyric
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANEGYRIC
I could not endure to change my invective into panegyric all at once, and so soon.
The object of his discourse was a panegyric of himself and a satire on all other conjurors.
He pronounced the panegyric of Robespierre, and the apotheosis of Marat.
The Menexenus veils in panegyric the weak places of Athenian history.
Or again, let us suppose that both should have occasion to pronounce a panegyric.
There is no need for panegyric, for sounding phrases or rounded periods.
Philibert looked on his friend admiringly, at this panegyric of the woman he loved.
His book is neither a panegyric on clericalism nor a libel on it.
But with all this panegyric, he does not seem to have been careful to be just to the memory of his hero.
I could not resist uttering this panegyric on our well-loved captain.