Definition of eulogize
: to speak or write in high praise of : extol
Examples of eulogize in a Sentence
He was eulogized at his funeral as a great actor and a good friend.
Recent Examples of eulogize from the Web
Yet, this is what is happening, especially in Hungary, where Prime Minister Victor Orbán has positively eulogized the Kremlin strongman.
In 1863, Abraham Lincoln stood at Gettysburg, on ground still stained by death and in air filled with the stench from shallow graves, and eulogized the dead only in the most general terms.
Fox News chairman and reported sexual harasser Roger Ailes recently passed away, and Monica Lewinsky hit up the New York Times to eulogize his death.
Her son DeShaun Osborne, who eulogized his stepfather during a funeral Tuesday at St. Francis de Sales Church in Abingdon, gave Fletcher a slight salute after accepting his flag.
Joao De Alencar, the father of Staff Sgt. De Alencar, eulogized his son with support from his daughters, Stephanie De Alencar Wicker and Melanie De Alencar McManus.
His widow, Betty Henn, had a message to deliver Thursday, as the man who was her high school sweetheart and life partner for more than 60 years was eulogized.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) plans to eulogize his father, Lawrence J. Hogan Sr.
On Friday, some speakers eulogized Boyer’s character, dedication and righteousness.
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EULOGIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eulogize for English Language Learners
: to say or write good things about (someone or something); especially : to praise (someone who has died) in a eulogy
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