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eu·lo·gize

 (yo͞o′lə-jīz′)
tr.v. eu·lo·gized, eu·lo·giz·ing, eu·lo·giz·es
To praise highly in speech or writing, especially in a formal eulogy.

eu′lo·gist (-jĭst) n.
eu′lo·gis′tic (-jĭs′tĭk) adj.
eu′lo·giz′er n.

eulogize

(ˈjuːləˌdʒaɪz) or

eulogise

vb
to praise (a person or thing) highly in speech or writing
ˈeulogist, ˈeuloˌgizer, ˈeuloˌgiser n
ˌeuloˈgistic, ˌeuloˈgistical adj
ˌeuloˈgistically adv

eu•lo•gize

(ˈyu ləˌdʒaɪz)

v.t. -gized, -giz•ing.
to praise highly; extol.
[1800–10]
eu`lo•gi•za′tion, n.
eu′lo•giz`er, n.

eulogize


Past participle: eulogized
Gerund: eulogizing

Imperative
eulogize
eulogize
Present
I eulogize
you eulogize
he/she/it eulogizes
we eulogize
you eulogize
they eulogize
Preterite
I eulogized
you eulogized
he/she/it eulogized
we eulogized
you eulogized
they eulogized
Present Continuous
I am eulogizing
you are eulogizing
he/she/it is eulogizing
we are eulogizing
you are eulogizing
they are eulogizing
Present Perfect
I have eulogized
you have eulogized
he/she/it has eulogized
we have eulogized
you have eulogized
they have eulogized
Past Continuous
I was eulogizing
you were eulogizing
he/she/it was eulogizing
we were eulogizing
you were eulogizing
they were eulogizing
Past Perfect
I had eulogized
you had eulogized
he/she/it had eulogized
we had eulogized
you had eulogized
they had eulogized
Future
I will eulogize
you will eulogize
he/she/it will eulogize
we will eulogize
you will eulogize
they will eulogize
Future Perfect
I will have eulogized
you will have eulogized
he/she/it will have eulogized
we will have eulogized
you will have eulogized
they will have eulogized
Future Continuous
I will be eulogizing
you will be eulogizing
he/she/it will be eulogizing
we will be eulogizing
you will be eulogizing
they will be eulogizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been eulogizing
you have been eulogizing
he/she/it has been eulogizing
we have been eulogizing
you have been eulogizing
they have been eulogizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been eulogizing
you will have been eulogizing
he/she/it will have been eulogizing
we will have been eulogizing
you will have been eulogizing
they will have been eulogizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been eulogizing
you had been eulogizing
he/she/it had been eulogizing
we had been eulogizing
you had been eulogizing
they had been eulogizing
Conditional
I would eulogize
you would eulogize
he/she/it would eulogize
we would eulogize
you would eulogize
they would eulogize
Past Conditional
I would have eulogized
you would have eulogized
he/she/it would have eulogized
we would have eulogized
you would have eulogized
they would have eulogized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.eulogize - praise formally and eloquently; "The dead woman was eulogized at the funeral"
praise - express approval of; "The parents praised their children for their academic performance"

eulogize

verb praise, acclaim, applaud, compliment, pay tribute to, commend, magnify (archaic), glorify, exalt, laud, extol, big up (slang, chiefly Caribbean), rhapsodize, panegyrize, sing or sound the praises of He eulogized Keegan's part in the operation.

eulogize

verb
Translations

eulogize

[ˈjuːlədʒaɪz] VTelogiar, encomiar

eulogize

[ˈjuːlədʒaɪz] eulogise (US)
vt
(US) (at funeral)faire l'éloge funèbre de
vi (= rhapsodize) to eulogize about sth → faire l'éloge de qch

eulogize

vteine Lobesrede halten auf (+acc)

eulogize

[ˈjuːləˌdʒaɪz] vtelogiare, encomiare
References in classic literature ?
This I will proceed to describe; but as you may think the description a little too coarse, I ask you to suppose, Socrates, that the words which follow are not mine.-- Let me put them into the mouths of the eulogists of injustice: They will tell you that the just man who is thought unjust will be scourged, racked, bound--will have his eyes burnt out; and, at last, after suffering every kind of evil, he will be impaled: Then he will understand that he ought to seem only, and not to be, just; the words of Aeschylus may be more truly spoken of the unjust than of the just.
When one of his old friends died, Holbrooke petitioned the man's widow to be included among the eulogists. During meetings in the Situation Room, he started out against the wall with the other assistant-level staff, but slowly inched his chair forward to the table among the cabinet officers.
At an elegant church on the edge of Lincoln Park, seven eulogists spoke, including Mark Giangreco, John McDonough, radio baseball reporter Bruce Levine and Chet's children Lyndsey and Tyler.
(Zivia had in fact survived; Tosia perished two weeks after the revolt.) The eulogists noted that the "ghetto rebels saved the honor of Israel and created with their lives one of the tales of greatest heroism of our time ...
The inculcation of virtue is the duty of others, such as, in the case of Washington, eulogists and educators assuming the responsibility of using Washington's example to instill virtue in citizens.
* Advice for eulogists: It is better to be dearly missed than merely dissed.
On the other hand we have heard our eulogists, we have seen in the video what a daring man he was.
As for the service itself, the eulogists had 10 minutes each -- but here were some of the best public speakers you are ever likely to hear, and none more so than the 87-year-old former senator Alan Simpson (think an elegant, if bald, Boris Johnson at 87), with his affectionate tribute to a good friend: "He [Bush] never lost his sense of humour.
As for the service itself, the eulogists had 10 minutes each - but here were some of the best public speakers you are ever likely to hear, and none more so than the 87-yearold former senator Alan Simpson (think an elegant, if bald, Boris Johnson at 87), with his affectionate tribute to a good friend: "He [Bush] never lost his sense of humour.
Bush was among the four eulogists at the ceremony, along with former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson, who was also a close friend to the late 41st President, former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney and Presidential historian Jon Meacham.
Bush are expected to be eulogists at McCain's funeral, a source close to McCain told NBC News.