eulogise

eulogize

[yoo-luh-jahyz]
verb (used with object), eulogized, eulogizing.
1.
to praise highly.
2.
to speak or write a eulogy about.
Also, especially British, eulogise.


Origin:
1800–10; eulog(y) + -ize

eulogization, noun
eulogizer, noun
uneulogized, adjective


1. extol, laud, commend, panegyrize.
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eulogize or eulogise (ˈjuːləˌdʒaɪz)
 
vb
to praise (a person or thing) highly in speech or writing
 
eulogise or eulogise
 
vb
 
'eulogist or eulogise
 
n
 
'eulogizer or eulogise
 
n
 
'eulogiser or eulogise
 
n
 
eulo'gistic or eulogise
 
adj
 
eulo'gistical or eulogise
 
adj
 
eulo'gistically or eulogise
 
adv

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eulogize
1810, from eulogy + -ize. Related: Eulogized; eulogizing.
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