eulogy

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Synonyms for eulogy

Synonyms for eulogy

Synonyms for eulogy

a formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently

a formal expression of praise

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The best eulogies fit their subjects like Marigold gloves.
He's probably been forced to listen to eulogies about her every day of his life while enduring pitying glances from people who think they're being compassionate.
The report - which will be ratified by Bishops within the next few days - also warns to keep their eulogies appropriate.
Richard Gomersall,general manager of the Co-operative Funeralcare, said: ``As the guide points out, many people still believe that eulogies are only for the famous.
Fr Tremor said that families often felt pressured into giving eulogies just because they had heard them at other funerals.
Magdalena Sanchez reviews the one-sided didactic presentation in funeral eulogies and biographies of Philip II's wife, Margaret of Austria, as a model of piety, wifely submission, and maternal devotion, masking the limited but real political and diplomatic influence she and other powerful Austrian Habsburg women in fact exercised in court.
I became very good at writing eulogies last year and discovered that the best ones were the funny ones, where I could remember the person who died with humor and could catalog their faults without being insulting.
urges those who want to jumpstart and sustain positive change in their lives to write their own eulogies
In our parish, where I coordinate the bereavement ministry, funerals are prayerful, warm, welcoming, and intimate--and they do include eulogies and even slides or DVDs (but never an open microphone).
Eulogies to some of his esteemed colleagues, such as Stephen Jay Gould and Douglas Adams, reveal Dawkins' sympathetic side.
Because of Archbishop John Myers' ban on eulogies at funeral Masses in the archdiocese of Newark, Mr.
Fed up priests in Newark, New Jersey, have banned mourners from giving eulogies after complaining their tearful speeches were taking longer than the funeral services themselves.
It is also the story of a newspaper editor (Weaver) who helps him put together the eulogies for his men.
10, there will be a community memorial service and tribute in which eulogies and remembrances will be heard.