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Synonyms for eulogize


Synonyms for eulogize

Synonyms for eulogize

praise formally and eloquently


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But, lest we continue infinitely chasing echoes, I want to return to the specific phrase that attracts the attention of Menard's questionable eulogizer and, specifically, to its overdetermined last word: "las ninfas de las rios, la dolorosa y humida Eco" (447).
When she died in Fort Worth Texas at 86, Lewin was one of her eulogizers, reading a few pages from the ballerina's writing and improvising a brief adagio dance in her memory.
It is significant that Ginsberg imagines his ashes possibly joining the bodies of his dead Jewish relatives at the B'nai Israel Cemetery, and his first eulogizers not as his "companion Peter Orlovsky, caretakers Rosenthal & Hale, Bill Morgan" or Buddhist teachers, but rather as his Jewish relatives (1130).
According to Luigi Cassitto, a Dominican priest and one of Paisiello's eulogizers, "The last rites were celebrated with the greatest pomp and exclusively with compositions by the illustrious deceased, because who if not Paisiello was able to bestow homage on himself
Perhaps the final irony in Odoevskii's life--or, rather, his death--was that one of his eulogizers was Konstantin Pobedonostsev, then a minor bureaucrat but later synonymous with the repressive Russification program of late imperial Russia.
One of her eulogizers used the word "capable" to sum her up professionally, and that she surely was.
The nation's eulogizers made it sound as though all June had to do was walk into a room, and all present would stand up and applaud.
Yet unlike such idealizing eulogizers as Tom Brokaw, he lives with the legacy of the counterpastoral impulse, a legacy in which grand metanarratives--both historical and literary--are held suspect.
One by one, eulogizers recounted the stories of Reagan legend - from his demand that Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev ``tear down this wall'' to his quip to doctors after he was wounded in a 1981 assassination attempt: ``I hope you're all Republicans.
When Cushman died in 1876, many of her eulogizers commended her character, acknowledged the partner she had lived with for almost twenty years, and remarked that Cushman had "seemed to stand complete in nature, with the finest qualities of either sex.
This type of income could be significant, because rabbis who gained a reputation as eulogizers were often invited and paid to give hespedim.
Among those delivering eulogizers were Chronicle editor Bill German, comedian Robin Williams and Mayor Willie Brown.
In the eyes of his eulogizers, it was no accident that Mores met his end in the pursuit of a colonial dream.
Like so many of Hitchens' eulogizers, I mumbled to myself that while I disagreed with many of his convictions, his uncommon ability to use his intellect as a scalpel rather than a hammer when arguing a point, to paraphrase Harry Shearer, made him worthy of begrudging respect.