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- v. Present participle of panegyrize.
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He began panegyrizing 'Uncle Tom,' and this led to a discussion of the ground of its unprecedented success.
He talked indeed largely of preserving a middle course,  but he was continually vacillating from one to the other extreme; always too confident or too dejected; incorrigibly vain of success, yet meanly panegyrizing the government of an usurper.
Charles Walpole’s fortune, had too much good sense and refinement to pour her wounded feelings into the bosom of a stranger; she spoke of her mother-in-law in terms of guarded praise, panegyrizing her accomplishments, and though she was silent concerning the qualities of the heart, doing ample justice to those of the head.