In one of the sections an eulogium is bestowed upon the beauty of virtue as a means of self-enjoyment.
General Toombs at the funeral of his friend pronounced a eulogium on the dead.
Would it have been wise, or would it have been intellectually just, to quote this as the text of an eulogium on Lucian?
In one respect Macaulay hardly deserved his share of this eulogium.
It is unnecessary, however, for me to attempt to pronounce his eulogium.
The company eyed the objects of this eulogium with great attention.
I bade Mignonne adieu, in order to escape Madame Potrelle's eulogium.
From this eulogium we gently but firmly exclude the rat gentry of the sewers.
Mrs Bags at first resisted this measure, proceeding to deliver a eulogium on her own excellent qualities, moral and culinary.
His "Commentary on the Bible" requires no eulogium, its praise is in all the churches.