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pan·e·gy·rize

 (păn′ə-jə-rīz′)
v. pan·e·gy·rized, pan·e·gy·riz·ing, pan·e·gy·riz·es
v.tr.
To eulogize.
v.intr.
To compose, deliver, or indulge in panegyrics.

panegyrize

(ˈpænɪdʒɪˌraɪz) or

panegyrise

vb
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to make a eulogy or eulogies (about)

panegyrize


Past participle: panegyrized
Gerund: panegyrizing

Imperative
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panegyrize
Present
I panegyrize
you panegyrize
he/she/it panegyrizes
we panegyrize
you panegyrize
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Preterite
I panegyrized
you panegyrized
he/she/it panegyrized
we panegyrized
you panegyrized
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Present Continuous
I am panegyrizing
you are panegyrizing
he/she/it is panegyrizing
we are panegyrizing
you are panegyrizing
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Present Perfect
I have panegyrized
you have panegyrized
he/she/it has panegyrized
we have panegyrized
you have panegyrized
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Past Continuous
I was panegyrizing
you were panegyrizing
he/she/it was panegyrizing
we were panegyrizing
you were panegyrizing
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Past Perfect
I had panegyrized
you had panegyrized
he/she/it had panegyrized
we had panegyrized
you had panegyrized
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Future
I will panegyrize
you will panegyrize
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you will panegyrize
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Future Perfect
I will have panegyrized
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Future Continuous
I will be panegyrizing
you will be panegyrizing
he/she/it will be panegyrizing
we will be panegyrizing
you will be panegyrizing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been panegyrizing
you have been panegyrizing
he/she/it has been panegyrizing
we have been panegyrizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been panegyrizing
you will have been panegyrizing
he/she/it will have been panegyrizing
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you will have been panegyrizing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been panegyrizing
you had been panegyrizing
he/she/it had been panegyrizing
we had been panegyrizing
you had been panegyrizing
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Conditional
I would panegyrize
you would panegyrize
he/she/it would panegyrize
we would panegyrize
you would panegyrize
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Past Conditional
I would have panegyrized
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panegyrize

verb
References in classic literature ?
The cause of all this, Socrates, was indicated by us at the beginning of the argument, when my brother and I told you how astonished we were to find that of all the professing panegyrists of justice-- beginning with the ancient heroes of whom any memorial has been preserved to us, and ending with the men of our own time-- no one has ever blamed injustice or praised justice except with a view to the glories, honours, and benefits which flow from them.
Even though Coryate describes himself as "only a superficiall smatterer in learning" and is presented as such by the panegyrists who furnished parodic verses for the Crudities, Taylor insists upon a clear contrast between Coryate's pretenses and his own more humble position.
The temptation for comparison to Protestant Elizabeth, shut up by Catholic Mary only to emerge as queen, proved too great for Elizabeth's panegyrists. Naturally, however, it's not quite so simple.
In the Nick Adams stories, that "jungle" is hardly the romantic world painted by the panegyrists who celebrated the excitements of mounting a passing freight and riding long stretches through a myriad of small towns separated by stretches of woods and green meadows and pastures.
It likes panegyrists and beggars who walk to their parliamentary seat on their foreheads.
(6) Marcus, when himself on holiday at Naples, complains about local Greek panegyrists: Igitur paene me Opicum animantem ad Graecam scripturam perpulerunt 'homines', ut Caecilius ait, 'incolumi inscientia' ('Hence "these men", as Caecilius says, "with their untouched ignorance" drove me, almost a breathing bumpkin, to Greek literature', Ad M.
Among the dozen books which form the library of the village cure of France, Horace is sure to be one; and the greatest dignitaries of our own Church are among his most sedulous critics and his warmest panegyrists. (9) Horace's collection in the Odes of over a hundred relatively short and diverse poems that often gave moral advice even achieved comparison with the Psalms of the Hebrew Bible in the writing of J.
In a similar vein, Jean Balsamo furnishes an unknown letter which displays, among more familiar cliches of the consolation letter, a striking conceit to gunpowder, thus complementing Ullrich Langer's 1986 article "Gunpowder as Transgressive Invention in Ronsard." Alluding to a study of artillery by Fleurance Rivault, an intermediary between the aggrieved widow and rival panegyrists Malherbe and Peiresc, Du Vair positions himself within a network of writers bent on forging a new courtly style--but not where one has come to expect him: he appears here closer to the discredited Desportes than to Malherbe, champion of classical simplicity.
In the wording on coins and in panegyrists' writings, an emperor's virtue does not lie in being great or good but in 'saving' or 'restoring' the Republic.
Panegyrists there have been in plenty to stoke and keep the sacred flame.
A healthy society accepts both its panegyrists and its critics.
Spenser's encomium for Queen Elizabeth elevated the ruler to a level above other mortals and pointed the way for future panegyrists who would conflate later English queens with Britannia, especially during the reign of Queen Victoria in the nineteenth century.(7)