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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of panegyrize.
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Velleius, who is generally spoken of as a sort of literary flunky of the Cæsars, warmly panegyrizes Cicero.
Gentiles, wherein he panegyrizes the triumph of the Cross, testifies that whosoever, man or woman possessed a relic of it had it enclosed in gold and wore it around the neck (St. John Chrysostom, ed. Montfaucon, I, 571).
Italy by Benedict Biscop and Theodore and Hadrian, and in the great library of York, which Alcuin panegyrizes in his poem on the saints of
Milanese prelate, he panegyrizes the camp hospital of the queen, then a novelty in war; which, he says, "is so profusely supplied with medical attendants, apparatus, and whatever may contribute to the restoration or solace of the sick, that it is scarcely surpassed in these respects by the magnificent establishments of Milan."
Martyr thus panegyrizes the queen's fortitude under her accumulated sorrows.