Definition of eulogy in English:
noun (plural eulogies)
A speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly, typically someone who has just died: his good friend delivered a brief eulogy
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- The piece is a eulogy by his sister Shiela on the death of their mother.
- Even an inaugural speech or a funeral eulogy loses relevance when taken out of context.
- Then there will be a real state funeral, familiar nostalgia, more eulogies to praise duty and endurance.
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