Definition of 'panegyric'
Example sentences containing 'panegyric'
They were sitting now, listening to the funeral panegyric given by another of the Dominicans, Father Pasquale, pale, podgy, soft-voiced.THE GOLDEN LION MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
The stark statement of the facts was followed by a panegyric which was the soul and model of obsequiousness.THE SCAR
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