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panegyrize

[ pan-i-juh-rahyz ]
/ ˈpæn ɪ dʒəˌraɪz /
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verb (used with object), pan·e·gy·rized, pan·e·gy·riz·ing.

to deliver or write a panegyric about; eulogize.

verb (used without object), pan·e·gy·rized, pan·e·gy·riz·ing.

to indulge in panegyric; bestow praises.

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Also especially British, pan·e·gy·rise .

Origin of panegyrize

1610–20; <Greek panēgyrízein to celebrate a public festival, equivalent to panḗgyr(is) (see panegyric) + -izein-ize

OTHER WORDS FROM panegyrize

un·pan·e·gy·rized, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for panegyrize

  • Of course he would have found it hard to panegyrize his favourite democracies when he came to the Hellenistic age.

    Problems in Greek history|John Pentland Mahaffy

British Dictionary definitions for panegyrize

panegyrize

panegyrise

/ (ˈpænɪdʒɪˌraɪz) /

verb

to make a eulogy or eulogies (about)
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