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See definition of panegyrical on Dictionary.com
  • as inlaudatory
  • as incomplimentary
  • as inglowing

synonyms for panegyrical

  • acclamatory
  • adulatory
  • approbative
  • approbatory
  • approving
  • commendatory
  • encomiastic
  • eulogistic
  • flattering
  • laudative
  • praiseful
  • fiery
  • flaming
  • rhapsodic
  • burning
  • blazing
  • rave
  • keen
  • eager
  • heated
  • ardent
  • avid
  • complimentary
  • desirous
  • ecstatic
  • fervent
  • fervid
  • fierce
  • impassioned
  • laudatory
  • passionate
  • zealous
  • hot-blooded
  • adulatory
  • eulogistic
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antonyms for panegyrical

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  • blaming
  • critical
  • for sale
  • reproachful
  • denouncing
  • critical
  • censuring
  • blaming
  • unflattering
  • insulting
  • disparaging
  • unmannerly
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How to use panegyrical in a sentence

We have studiously avoided portraying fashionable life according to the vulgar notions, whether depreciatory or panegyrical.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXVIII. FEBRUARY, 1843. VOL. LIII.VARIOUS
It is rather satirical than panegyrical in character, and its poetical worth is very far from high.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
This piece proved the precursor of the series of panegyrical poems which compose the bulk of his writings.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 6, SLICE 4VARIOUS
I saw another letter from a lady at Paris, in which there was a high panegyrical paragraph concerning you.
THE PG EDITION OF CHESTERFIELD'S LETTERS TO HIS SONTHE EARL OF CHESTERFIELD
A fulsome editor is pardonable though tiresome, like a panegyrical son whose pious sincerity would demi-deify his father.
LIFE OF LORD BYRON, VOL. 6 (OF 6)THOMAS MOORE
But in these panegyrical orations, they oftimes rather exceed than excel.
BIOGRAPHIA SCOTICANA (SCOTS WORTHIES)JOHN HOWIE
His clever but absurdly panegyrical poem on the death of Charles II.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 12, SLICE 7VARIOUS
Erasmus had a panegyrical humour towards his friends, of whom there were many in England.
INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 1HENRY HALLAM
Perhaps we are getting too panegyrical, for panegyric savours of the poppy; but we must not flinch from our duty.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, VOL. 12, ISSUE 344 (SUPPLEMENTARY ISSUE)VARIOUS
Even Jefferson's most panegyrical biographer declares Marshall to have been "an earnest and sincere man."
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL (VOLUME 2 OF 4)ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
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