So far he does not appear to have found a panegyrist to place him in the ranks of noble martyrs.
It seems that Turner was more catholic in his tastes than his panegyrist.
But some will say, what good can a man propose to himself in being a panegyrist for drunkenness?
Our business is not to play the panegyrist but the historian.
But the panegyrist of the Pit, already quoted, helps us to explain Chicago's vanity.
But the Frenchman peeps out under the panegyrist, after all.
She will answer the panegyrist with a blank stare, and will very likely say coldly, that he is a bore, or that he is very rude.
In a word, I mean not to be his panegyrist but his historian.
The panegyrist unrolls with emotion the frightful misfortunes that assailed France during the reign of King John.
Manlius could not repress a smile at the singular situation of the panegyrist.