Origin of panegyric
Related formspan·e·gyr·i·cal, adjectivepan·e·gyr·i·cal·ly, adverbself-pan·e·gyr·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for panegyric
Remember, I have met him but once; and you, who have known him long, mayPg 246 probably deduct from my panegyric.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. II|Thomas Moore
I understand that Mahdajee Sindia has made his panegyric, too.
Locke pronounced a panegyric on his theory, commending him for having explained so many wonderful and before inexplicable things.Principles of Geology|Charles Lyell
In a strong, ringing voice, he pronounced a panegyric on the Duke, whom he repeatedly designated as "that financial genius."Froth|Armando Palacio Valds
The Jesuit missionary called forth the praises of Baxter, and the panegyric of Leibnitz.