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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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Present
I panegyrize
you panegyrize
he/she/it panegyrizes
we 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
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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
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he/she/it had panegyrized
we had panegyrized
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Future
I will panegyrize
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Future Perfect
I will have panegyrized
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Future Continuous
I will be panegyrizing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been panegyrizing
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he/she/it has been panegyrizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been panegyrizing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been panegyrizing
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Conditional
I would panegyrize
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we would panegyrize
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Past Conditional
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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.
Galvanised by a spiritual charge, some fans spontaneously stand up and start symmetrically moving their faces forward and backward while repeating after Al Tohamy, a scion of a family of panegyrists.
The Oratio is one of Filelfo's best-known and most influential works and an important source of inspiration for subsequent Sforza panegyrists.
Iran's supreme leader made these remarks addressing a meeting with a number of religious panegyrists on March 30.
Referring to an anonymous artist, he explains that "XX would not once have thought or sensed what his panegyrists believed to see [in his works]; but it is already a great privilege, and maybe the greatest for an artist, to intellectually activate, and awaken thoughts, feelings, and emotions in the viewer, and [these thoughts] need not be his own.
After a general survey of attitudes, religious and otherwise, to panegyric and patronage (chap, one) and a presentation of various strategies adopted by poets in the course of their careers to gain and keep patrons (chap, two), the third chapter traces the biographies of the poets whose qasldas are discussed--two third/ninth-century Arab poets, Abu Tammam and al-Buhturi, both of Syrian origin and panegyrists in, primarily, 'Abbasid Baghdad, and two fifth/eleventh-century Persian ones, 'Unsuri and Farrukhi, both panegyrists at the Ghaznavid court in what is now Afghanistan.
Paul Kershaw's book is the first comprehensive study of the theme of peace in the imagination of the court advisors, imperial biographers, and royal panegyrists who formulated and promoted the ideals of Christian rulership in the period between the end of the western Roman Empire in the late fifth century and the waning of Carolingian authority at the close of the ninth century.
Likewise, panegyrists of the Ordered City such as Francisco Cervantes de Salazar sought to tame otherness by cataloguing it.
Tughluq in the florid and hyperbolic style of professional panegyrists [wassaf].
Peter displayed the charisma that led panegyrists to hail him as "Russia's God and Christ.