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Example sentences for eulogy

She confronts her ambivalence toward her father in an aching, courageous eulogy.
No doubt we will share a similiar eulogy a thousand years from now.
And so I needed to create a eulogy, not only to him but to all the unsung heroes.
Tara preferred the eloquence of eulogy to the deadline of obituary.
The novel, then, becomes a eulogy for a lost culture.
King, an elder at the church, gave the eulogy.
The eulogy would have taken me ages to compose adequately.
Thank you for sharing this touching eulogy, you honor his memory with grace.
At his funeral, delivering the eulogy, her voice was strong and her hands steady.
You have written a beautiful eulogy for your mother.
Also, read his eulogy to his mum, a companion piece to the story.
It was a eulogy to a headmaster and was pretty glowing.
Too often the eulogy had to be delivered posthumously.
The light did not, as it had in the course of the prior eulogy, die in her eyes.
Some people would do funny things to attend their own eulogy.
Onlookers responded to her eulogy with loud, prolonged applause.
It is a eulogy to the sun, with a dominant brilliant yellow upholstery.
Few people get to hear their own eulogy, yet alone deliver it.
And if you get somebody to deliver the eulogy, tell them not to talk too long.

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