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  • s  formally expressing praise

  • 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.
  • Rome climbed on the band wagon with eulogistic comparisons of President Roosevelt to Dictator Mussolini and Fascist editors recalled his refusal to join the League of Nations in .
  • Said he, after a second visit to the palace: "The King flattered me with eulogistic phrases.

  • Richard Pryor in USA Today
    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."

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