This piece proved the precursor of the series of panegyrical poems which compose the bulk of his writings.
So now she filled a whole page of her diary with panegyrical regrets.
The official history of this period is rendered almost worthless by its sustained note of panegyrical laudation.
Some panegyrical, directly contrary to the former; many of which we have in Martial upon the Emperor Domitian, and in others.
He is perhaps weakest, like all poets with the signal exception of Dryden, when he is panegyrical.
A fuller report of the above speech is given at f. 108, some panegyrical verses at ff.
Erasmus had a panegyrical humour towards his friends, of whom there were many in England.
There is no panegyrical emphasis, no calumnious innuendo, in his sketches.
A fulsome editor is pardonable though tiresome, like a panegyrical son whose pious sincerity would demi-deify his father.
But in these panegyrical orations, they oftimes rather exceed than excel.
"eulogy, laudation," c.1600, from French panégyrique (1510s), from Latin panegyricus "public eulogy," originally an adjective, "for a public festival," from Greek panegyrikos (logos) "(a speech) given in a public assembly," from panegyris "public assembly (especially in honor of a god)," from pan- "all" (see pan-) + agyris "place of assembly," Aeolic form of agora (see agora).