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  • v. Alternative spelling of panegyrize.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See panegyrize.

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Examples

  • And then he set himself to panegyrise them as the bravest of the brave, adducing as evidence, if evidence were needed, the patent fact, that every one in need of help invariably turned to the Arcadians. 656 Never in old days had the

    Hellenica

  • George II, patched into the times of Charles II, is the appropriate occasion which he takes to panegyrise this new mode of elucidating history?

    Famous Reviews

  • But Jesus did more than panegyrise poverty; he gave still more exact directions to his disciples as to how poverty should be attained.

    The Freethinker's Text Book, Part II. Christianity: Its Evidences, Its Origin, Its Morality, Its History

  • They only panegyrise caution and the strictly provisional when they suspect that intrepidity and love of the conclusive would lead them to unwelcome shores.

    On Compromise

  • And then he set himself to panegyrise them as the bravest of the brave, adducing as evidence, if evidence were needed, the patent fact, that every one in need of help invariably turned to the Arcadians.

    Hellenica

  • He attacked Bishop Parker for his slavish principles, in a piece entitled 'The Rehearsal Transposed,' in which he takes occasion to vindicate and panegyrise his old colleague Milton.

    Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Complete

  • No satire in the world contains lines more exquisitely inverted, more ingeniously burlesqued, more artfully turned out of their apparently proper course, like rays at once refracted and cooled, than those which thus ominously panegyrise Shadwell: --

    The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Volume 2 With Life, Critical Dissertation, and Explanatory Notes

  • Assuredly he would bestow upon thee many a boon, for he is a true Sultan; and, specially, an thou panegyrise him in poetry, he will largely add to his largesse. "

    Arabian nights. English

  • “I do not panegyrise him,” answered Bridgenorth; “I speak but truth of that extraordinary man, now being dead, whom, when alive, I feared not to withstand to his face.

    Peveril of the Peak

  • "I do not panegyrise him," answered Bridgenorth; "I speak but truth of that extraordinary man, now being dead, whom, when alive, I feared not to withstand to his face.

    Peveril of the Peak

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