eulogise eulogise


  • (v) praise formally and eloquently


  1. Dennis said: "He has broken more records than any other young driver and I think the records speak for themselves. We can all eulogise about his achievements but I think actions speak louder than words. He is just an exceptional talent and I am sure...
    on Oct 5, 2007 By: Ron Dennis Source: Comet 24

  2. But Mowbray added, "The deal is not done. I don't want to eulogise about a player who has not signed in case it doesn't happen. But it is no secret we admire the player and we'd like to tie something up. We've watched him for a while and he has got...
    on Aug 21, 2008 By: Tony Mowbray Source:

  3. Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said Arafat's condition had "greatly worsened" but "it is too early to eulogise" him.
    on Oct 28, 2004 By: Silvan Shalom Source: Daily News (subscription)

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