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Praise highly in speech or writing.‘he was eulogized as a rock star’‘a plaque that eulogizes the workers’
praise enthusiastically, go into raptures about, go into raptures over, wax lyrical about, sing the praises of, praise to the skies, heap praise on, rhapsodize about, rhapsodize over, rave about, rave over, enthuse about, enthuse over, gush about, gush over, throw bouquets at, express delight over, acclaim, extolView synonyms
- ‘The opening track unfurls at a crawl, like a narcotizing drip of slow realization, as he eulogizes the rock aspirations of his younger self, and it's unclear whether he's damning music or his belief in it.’
- ‘In tributes and memorial speeches Paul has been eulogized by political friends and foes as honest, principled, and unpretentious.’
- ‘After singing and hearing many songs eulogizing him and his thought, these interviewees were convinced that he was the dearest, the wisest, and the greatest.’
- ‘I took a crack at it, describing my favorite scene while eulogizing him last year.’
- ‘His gang leader, whose only genuine motivation in the film seems to be revenge for his murdered father, is heard at the close eulogizing the street gangs and lamenting that ‘No one will even know we were here.’’
- ‘As true sycophants, we sing odes eulogizing rulers, while creative literary minds, great artists are simply ignored.’
- ‘A common link is that they played in the capital and couldn't tackle but the press eulogised them as flair players.’
- ‘I get too emotional if I'm speaking, eulogizing somebody I loved.’
- ‘Still, when Thoreau died in 1862, Emerson eulogized him as a failure, albeit beloved: ‘He seemed born for greatness and I cannot help counting it a fault in him that he had no ambition.’’
- ‘Our joys and heartbreaks are permanently eulogized in each CD each year.’
- ‘My point is that some people spend their entire lives breaking down traditional morality and then when they die they are eulogized as if they did as much for the world as Mother Theresa.’
- ‘The rabbi once again mumbled some Hebrew, and some Aramaic, prayers, again explaining precisely nothing to the mourners, and again not eulogizing the deceased.’
- ‘Last night, I spent about an hour eulogizing the wonder of the internet to someone whom, I think, is probably not that convinced about it.’
- ‘And though his essays never made it to popular publications, mainstream newspapers and web sites have eulogized him.’
- ‘And this is a man that was eulogized across the world.’
- ‘The lost man, a senator from Georgia so esteemed that colleagues cried when eulogizing him on the Senate floor.’
- ‘He admires and eulogizes them because they all have good hearts.’
- ‘Even though nightclubs and rock shows are notoriously wicked places, those who died will be eulogized as being ‘good’ people who did not deserve to die.’
- ‘There were many speeches made eulogising Mattie who was such a popular TD and such a lovely man.’
- ‘A few writers got together and eulogized the front man.’
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