How To Use eulogistic In A Sentence
- This is a formal eulogistic composition.
- Dr. Vaughan, in eulogistic language, says "The 'Summa Theologica' may be likened to one of the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages, infinite in detail but massive in the grouping of pillars and arches, forming a complete unity that must have taxed the brain of the architect to its greatest extent. Beacon Lights of History
- 57 Yet she was slightly startled by what she called the ` eulogistic " quality of the reviews of Paris Journal: 1965-1971 that fall. ISAAC CAMPION
- It was just when I had finished writing the story of Elfrida that I happened to see in my morning paper a highly eulogistical paragraph about one of our long-dead and, I imagine, forgotten worthies. Dead Man's Plack and an Old Thorn
- But opposite some of these eulogistical passages of the Journal there were afterward added an expressive series of marks of interrogation. The Personal Life Of David Livingstone
- Instead of the attack I supposed it to be, from my foolish friend's account, the notice is outrageously eulogistical, a stupidly extravagant laudation from first to last -- and in _three other_ articles, as my sister finds by diligent fishing, they introduce my name with the same felicitous praise (except one instance, though, in a good article by Chorley I am certain); and The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846
- This apperception is indispensable because in the past non-state actors have been mere critics instead of playing their rightful role as eulogistic vehicles in the course of development.
- All aesthetic expression has a poetic quality and is essentially eulogistic.
- The issue, it will be seen, is a perfectly sharp one, which no eulogistic terminology can smear over or wipe out .