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  • adj. Alternative form of eulogistic.

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Examples

  • It was just when I had finished writing the story of Elfrida that I happened to see in my morning paper a highly eulogistical paragraph about one of our long-dead and, I imagine, forgotten worthies.

    Dead Man's Plack and an Old Thorn

  • But opposite some of these eulogistical passages of the Journal there were afterward added an expressive series of marks of interrogation.

    The Personal Life Of David Livingstone

  • Instead of the attack I supposed it to be, from my foolish friend's account, the notice is outrageously eulogistical, a stupidly extravagant laudation from first to last -- and in _three other_ articles, as my sister finds by diligent fishing, they introduce my name with the same felicitous praise (except one instance, though, in a good article by Chorley I am certain); and

    The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846

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