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 panegyrical
Even Jefferson's most panegyrical biographer declares Marshall to have been "an earnest and sincere man."The Life of John Marshall (Volume 2 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge
Erasmus had a panegyrical humour towards his friends, of whom there were many in England.
But in these panegyrical orations, they oftimes rather exceed than excel.Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)|John Howie
Some panegyrical, directly contrary to the former; many of which we have in Martial upon the Emperor Domitian, and in others.Lectures on Poetry|Joseph Trapp
It is rather satirical than panegyrical in character, and its poetical worth is very far from high.A History of English Literature|George Saintsbury