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English definition of “eulogize”


verb [T, I usually + adv/prep] uk formal (UK usually eulogise)   /ˈjuː.lə.dʒaɪz/ us  
to praise someone or something in a speech or piece of writing: Critics everywhere have eulogized her new novel. They eulogized over the breathtaking views.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
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