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  • n. eulogistic language


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  • But Marguerite Verne listened to her mother's eulogism with a calm despair, and, save the pallor of her lips, no one could tell the suffering within.

    Marguerite Verne

  • Marguerite Verne heard those words with a deep sigh, yet she was calm, and composed and even smiled at the eulogism passed upon her skill in the many duties of the sick chamber.

    Marguerite Verne

  • In the Hebrew text, immediatley after his eulogism of the high priest Simon, the writer subjoins the following fervent prayer:

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Having delivered this eulogism of the dead, the lady folded her hands placidly, and with eyes cast down, but attentive, settled herself to await developments.

    The Return of Peter Grimm Novelised From the Play

  • The princess began by sending for d'Arthez's books, of which she had never, as yet, read a single word, although she had managed to maintain a twenty minutes 'eulogism and discussion of them without a blunder.

    Secrets of the Princesse de Cadignan

  • "Of her who is the sharer of the Emperor's honors and the companion of his toils -- who in the hospital, at the altar, or on the throne is alike exemplary in the discharge of her varied duties, whether incident to her position, or voluntarily taken upon herself, it is difficult for me to speak without rising above the level of the common language of eulogism.

    Hortense Makers of History Series


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