“He was a brave field commander and an expert in intelligence, and in organizing popular and tribal forces,” said the eulogist.
Chavigny became the interpreter and eulogist of his great master, as he had been the depository of his secrets.
September massacres then find, not their apologist, but their eulogist.
The first appearance in literature of Madame Necker's amazing daughter was as the eulogist of Rousseau.
He took off his spectacles, as if the better to contemplate the face of his eulogist.
But in the Queen's days he had been the eulogist of Bolingbroke, and was still connected with many Tories.
"There is nothing he is not ready to do," continued Alessandro's eulogist.
The eulogist of female ignorance might have dined in comfortable security against the intrusion and vanity of erudition.
Hooker, his eulogist, claims it for him as an eminent distinction.
"They labour early and late," he says, quoting from a German eulogist.