“I will, at any point in my life, other than giving a eulogy, try to make people laugh,” he said.
To tell the story will be the task of the eulogy I must begin tonight.
"The entire film industry is mourning her this week," said Zanuck's wife, Lili Fini Zanuck, in a eulogy at the service.
First lady Jacqueline Kennedy had asked that I deliver the eulogy for her husband—and my friend.
My son Nathaniel delivered this eulogy to his grandfather at Peter Worthington's funeral in Toronto yesterday.
Mr. West expressed his intense gratification over what had been said in eulogy of Mr. Queed.
Southerners incline to eulogy; and syllabubs insist upon it.
eulogy on Minos, as having established laws on this divine type or natural rectitude.
His contemporaries speak of his character in terms of eulogy.
His oration was lengthy and his eulogy spoken with evident emotion.
Words of praise, often for a dead person, but also a staple in introducing speakers, in nominating candidates, and on other such occasions. (Compare elegy.)