eulogistic eulogistic


  • (adj) formally expressing praise



  1. Thus to her last resting place went Babe, described in the eulogistic Washington press as not only the oldest, but the most celebrated elephant on earth.
  2. Hollywood, In short, is a good read, even when encountered in Moviola, an overwrought, eulogistic novel about the film business.


  • "Most tributes are maudlin, eulogistic, sad, full of pity," Pryor says. "Ugh! Richard hates that kind of stuff and so do I. This show is irreverent. That's what he likes."
    on Nov 25, 2003 By: Richard Pryor Source: USA Today

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