encomium definition

  • noun:
    • Warm, shining praise.
    • an official appearance of compliments; a tribute.
    • Warm praise, especially an official appearance of such compliments; a tribute.
    • A general group of oratory.
    • a technique within rhetorical pedagogy.
    • The eighth workout in progymnasmata show.
    • A genre of literary works that included five-elements: prologue, delivery and upbringing, acts of the individual's life, comparisons always praise the topic, and an epilogue.
    • heated or large praise; panegyric; strong commendation.
    • Formal praise; laudation; a discriminating phrase of endorsement, either of one or of something.
    • Synonyms Panegyric, etc. See eulogy.
    • an official appearance of praise
    • Warm, shining compliments.
    • an official phrase of praise; a tribute.
    • Warm compliments, particularly an official appearance of these compliments; a tribute.
    • a broad category of oratory.
    • a technique within rhetorical pedagogy.
    • The eighth workout within the progymnasmata series.
    • A genre of literature that included five-elements: prologue, birth and upbringing, acts of the person's life, comparisons regularly praise the niche, and an epilogue.
    • heated or high compliments; panegyric; powerful commendation.
    • Formal compliments; laudation; a discriminating expression of endorsement, either of one or of anything.
    • Synonyms Panegyric, etc. See eulogy.
    • an official appearance of compliments
    • heated, shining compliments.
    • an official phrase of compliments; a tribute.
    • heated praise, specifically a formal appearance of these compliments; a tribute.
    • an over-all category of oratory.
    • an approach within rhetorical pedagogy.
    • The 8th workout within the progymnasmata series.
    • A genre of literary works that included five elements: prologue, delivery and upbringing, acts of the person's life, evaluations familiar with praise the topic, and an epilogue.
    • Warm or high compliments; panegyric; strong commendation.
    • Formal praise; laudation; a discriminating expression of endorsement, either of a person or of a thing.
    • Synonyms Panegyric, etc. See eulogy.
    • an official expression of praise

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