Eulogy, pronounced as yoo-luh-jee, is usually the praise one receives when one is dead.

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Dictionary Definitions for Eulogy:

1. A speech or writing in praise of a person or thing, especially a set oration in honor of a deceased person.

2. High praise or commendation.

Usage Examples for Eulogy:
1. The eulogy is being prepared by Bush’s chief speechwriter, Michael Gerson, who also wrote the president’s moving speech for a memorial service in the same cathedral after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. –
2. A funeral is a solemn rite of passage, and since the days of ancient civilization, the eulogy has been a speech of good words for the dead. — The Wall Street Journal, “The Last Laugh”

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