Definition of Elogy

1. eloge [n ELOGIES] - See also: eloge



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elogy

elocutionist
elocutionists
elocutions
elocutive
elodea
elodeas
elodian
elodians
eloge
eloges
elogies
elogist
elogists
elogium
elogiums
elogy (current term)
eloign
eloignate
eloigned
eloigner
eloigners
eloigning
eloignment
eloignments
eloigns
eloin
eloined
eloiner
eloiners
eloining

Literary usage of Elogy

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1. The volume of the affections; or, Bridal offering by Thomas Harttree Cornish (1836)
"In the early days of the empire, there were many orations in praise of women pronounced from the rostrum : the elogy of Junia, sister of Brutus, ..."

2. American Book Prices Current (1919)
"An elogy on the late Francis Barber, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of the Second New Jersey Regiment. Chatham, [NJ], Shepard Kollock, 1783. ..."

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