eulogistically love


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  • adv. In the form or manner of a eulogy; with praise.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With high or undue commendation or eulogy.


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  • Also she was referred to eulogistically in the papers because of her admirable conduct and there was a proposal to give her a decoration.

    Time Regained

  • His mother, he told her, had written eulogistically about the visits to Gàradh and had expressed the hope that these would occur often.

    My Bones Will Keep

  • The leading newspapers wrote eulogistically of his researches.

    Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose His Life and Speeches

  • In the course of his address the President eloquently and eulogistically referred to the rôle of Russia's allies in the present war.

    New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915 April-September, 1915

  • The Hellenistic Jews were led later by the sympathetic attitude of Hecataeus to add to his history spurious chapters, in which he was made to deal more eulogistically with their beliefs and history, and they circulated oracles and poems in the names of fabled seers of prehistoric times -- Orpheus and the Sibyl -- which conveyed some of the religious and moral teachings of Judaism.


  • H.G. Wells has written eulogistically of the book and also of the author's novel, "Capel Sion."

    The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

  • He had spoken so eulogistically of the genius of Lord

    The Snare

  • Upon her going, Mr Poulter presented her with a signed photograph of himself in full war-paint, an eulogistically worded testimonial, also, an honorarium (this was his word) of five shillings.

    Sparrows: the story of an unprotected girl

  • Nature became a sacred system, the laws of nature being eulogistically called rational laws, and the necessity of things, because it might be foretold in auguries, being called providence.

    The Life of Reason

  • The papers spoke eulogistically of her goodness of heart, interviewed her on every possible pretext and published portraits of her by the score.

    The Easiest Way A Story of Metropolitan Life


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