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Definition of "eulogist" [eu•lo•gist]

  • A speaker who delivers a funeral oration (eulogy) for a deceased person. (noun)
  • A person who praises another person or thing. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "eulogist" in a sentence
  • "If there is even a suspicion of truth in tributes which have, to the last eulogist, declared the sublime, apple-tumescing appeal of a plump, lustful, self-destructive alcoholic, whose excesses make top femme fatale Angelina Jolie look like a much tattooed Milly-Molly-Mandy, you have to wonder if blanched, gristly diet victims along Renée Zellweger's lines really represent any kind of shared ideal."
  • "Wanted ASAP: eulogist for former leader of a political party."
  • "Over 20 minutes and 973 words with just the right pauses in just the right places, the king of the Tri-fold brochure became a professional eulogist."