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eulogize

[ yoo-luh-jahyz ]
/ ˈyu ləˌdʒaɪz /
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verb (used with object), eu·lo·gized, eu·lo·giz·ing.

to praise highly.
to speak or write a eulogy about.

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Also especially British, eu·lo·gise .

Origin of eulogize

First recorded in 1800–10; eulog(y) + -ize

OTHER WORDS FROM eulogize

eu·lo·gi·za·tion, nouneu·lo·giz·er, nounun·eu·lo·gized, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for eulogize

eulogize

eulogise

/ (ˈjuːləˌdʒaɪz) /

verb

to praise (a person or thing) highly in speech or writing

Derived forms of eulogize

eulogist, eulogizer or eulogiser, nouneulogistic or eulogistical, adjectiveeulogistically, adverb
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