Eulogy in a sentence

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Eulogy;

Meaning: [noun] speech of praise, usually for a funeral ;

Gwent begins an emotional eulogy , but is unable to finish.

Her story is told in her eulogy.

A eulogy is normally good words spoken about a person.

The President delivered a long eulogy at the funeral of the three soldiers.

The service may include a brief eulogy for the deceased.

The participants each said a brief eulogy for him.

His eulogy was given by former President Bill Clinton.

Singer George Bacon gave the eulogy at his funeral.

Nero praised her during the funeral eulogy and gave her divine honors.

Vincent Price read the eulogy at his funeral.