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Eulogy GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Published on March 24th, 2021 | Last updated on April 19th, 2023 by | Category: English Vocabulary in Context, GRE Vocabulary Flashcards in Real Context | No Comments on Eulogy GRE Vocabulary Flashcard | 115 Views | Reading Time: 1 minute

Eulogy GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

/ˈjuː.lə.dʒi/

Eulogy definition

written or spoken tribute especially to someone who has recently died or stopped working, speech in praise of someone, a piece of writing or speech that praises someone greatly, exultation, panegyric, acclaim, laud, acclamation, extol, commend

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Eulogy in context

A eulogy is simply a speech about a loved one who has died.
This speech is usually given during a memorial or funeral ceremony. A eulogy is often given by a close friend or relative of the deceased.
Don’t stress out over giving a eulogy.
Think of it as a simple conversation with the family and friends about the life of the person who has died. Remember, the funeral or memorial ceremony is usually only attended by people that somehow mattered to the deceased. They are eager to hear about the deceased and will appreciate anything you say.

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Antonyms

criticism

Parts of speech

Noun: eulogist

Adjective: eulogistic

Adverb: eulogistically

Verb: eulogize: to praise

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