eulogize eulogize  /ˈ ju lə ˌdʒaɪz/


  • (v) praise formally and eloquently


  • When someone of Grahams stature dies, the rush to eulogize often feels forced and the words themselves seem obligatory.


  • Eulogy: Remembering the 2012-13 Boston Bruins

    (Ed. Note: Usually, we have the fans that hate eliminated teams the most be the ones to remember them fondly. But since we let those knucklehead Toronto Maple Leafs fans eulogize their own team, we extended the same offer to … Continue reading ?
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Puck Daddy via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "I believe in human rights, inside Brazil and outside," Serra said in a speech. "It is not good to continually eulogize dictators in all corners of the planet."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Jose Serra Source: Reuters Africa

  2. "At least half the Shas MKs' hearts would skip a beat if they submitted a ballot that didn't have my name on it," Rivlin said. "I don't intend to eulogize myself. I think my chances are still great, because I have support from MKs in every...
    on Jun 8, 2007 By: Reuven Rivlin Source: Jerusalem Post

  3. "I have known Michael since we were both teens -- worked with him, marched for him, hosted him at our House of Justice headquarters in New York, and we joined together to eulogize our mutual idol, James Brown," Sharpton said in a statement that...
    on Jun 28, 2009 By: Al Sharpton Source: Newsday

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