- to praise highly.
- to speak or write a eulogy about.
Also especially British, eu·lo·gise.
Origin of eulogize
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1. extol, laud, commend, panegyrize.
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Examples from the Web for eulogize
As he did following the shootings in Arizona, Obama demonstrated his ability to move a crowd, to eulogize, to capture the moment.Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Proof of Need for Caution on Immigration
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Eulogizing Vidal was to eulogize the now long-gone epoch he typified.Gore Vidal Epitomized an Era When Writers Were Like Rock Stars
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Until now, it has been the custom for the oldest surviving Kennedy brother to eulogize his fallen sibling.Who Will Give Teddy's Eulogy?
August 26, 2009
It is the idea of the monotonous uniformity with which the Reviews will eulogize me.
Berrien acquiesced in but did not eulogize the compromise measures.Robert Toombs
Pleasant A. Stovall
It is hardly worth while to eulogize the Christians who took part in Cortes crusade.The Fair God
They eulogize his virtues and detail his public services at great length.
The deacon mounted a small platform and commenced to eulogize.Over Here
- to praise (a person or thing) highly in speech or writing
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Word Origin and History for eulogize
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