eulogist [yoo-luh-jist] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a person who eulogizes.

Origin of eulogist First recorded in 1800–10; eulog(y) + -ist Examples from the Web for eulogist Contemporary Examples of eulogist

  • “He was a brave field commander and an expert in intelligence, and in organizing popular and tribal forces,” said the eulogist.

    What an Iranian Funeral Tells Us About the Wars in Iraq


    January 6, 2015

  • Historical Examples of eulogist

  • September massacres then find, not their apologist, but their eulogist.

    Old-Fashioned Ethics and Common-Sense Metaphysics

    William Thomas Thornton

  • He took off his spectacles, as if the better to contemplate the face of his eulogist.

    What Will He Do With It, Complete

    Edward Bulwer-Lytton

  • “There is nothing he is not ready to do,” continued Alessandro’s eulogist.


    Helen Hunt Jackson

  • Hooker, his eulogist, claims it for him as an eminent distinction.

    Sir Walter Ralegh

    William Stebbing

  • Mr. Pearson’s testimony, it should be noted, is that of a partisan and eulogist of the “race.”

    The Evolution of States

    J. M. Robertson

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