Definition of Elogies
1. elogy [n] - See also: elogy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elogies
Literary usage of Elogies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bibliotheca Grenvilliana by Thomas Grenville, John Thomas Payne, Henry Foss, William Brenchley Rye (1842)
"4to. — The Life and death of Mr. Vavasor Powell, that faithful minister and confessor of Jesus Christ. With some elogies and epitaphs by his Friends, 1675. ..."
2. The Life of Dr. John Colet: Dean of St. Paul's in the Reigns of K. Henry VII by Samuel Knight (1823)
"... George Lily* in his elogies of the learned Men in Britain, sent to Paulus Jovius, begins his catalogue with John Colet, in a grateful remembrance of the ..."