eulogy


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Synonyms for eulogy

Synonyms for eulogy

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a formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently

a formal expression of praise

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Deeply moved, the Head of State stopped his eulogy several times.
In his eulogy, King asserts that although the children were "unoffending, innocent, and beautiful .
Ken Velds stirring eulogy for Cardinal Joseph Bernardin and Father Dan Mayall's words for beloved Chicago Cubs third baseman and announcer Ron Santo.
His eulogy ended with the words: "Goodnight, my angel, sleep tight.
The best we can do is to remember Carla as she lived, bringing life, love and joy to those who knew her and pride to a nation," said Esther Agopian, who delivered the eulogy.
Someone who knew you well approaches the podium to recite your eulogy.
The funeral Mass was preceded by a 15-minute eulogy by the non-Catholic Chief Justice of Ontario, Roy McMurtry, the very one who in June 2003 (then as a justice of the Ontario Court of Appeal) ruled that same-sex 'marriage' is a 'right,' and the traditional definition of marriage is unconstitutional.
Best of all, if you're really, really famous, you'll end up with a stirring eulogy and a fulsome obituary in the press.
Crows rake with appetites no chittering queer eulogy,/mist above the grave.
No less than wine expert and writer Jancis Robinson delivered the eulogy at the New York event.
HH Watch The Royal Tenenbaums or even The Simpsons again for intelligent and incisive study of a dysfunctional family - and as a reminder of what Eulogy could have been given the quality of the cast.
Eulogy no doubt includes praise of the person, but it does not exclude a certain criticism, a certain blame.
I then have them write a 250-word eulogy from the point-of-view of Emmett's mother, a eulogy to be delivered at Emmett's funeral in Chicago.
A former aide and friend of Zhao Ziyang, the purged Communist Party chief who died in a Beijing hospital on Monday, wrote a public eulogy that calls his former boss a man who sacrificed his career to fight corruption, according to Radio Free Asia.
In his rhapsodic eulogy to Chairman Mao, Chavez declared: "China, since its foundation 50 years ago by Mao Zedong, has been rising up.