panegyrical

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Etymology[edit]

panegyric +‎ -al

Adjective[edit]

panegyrical (comparative more panegyrical, superlative most panegyrical)

  1. Approving, complimentary, admiring, lavish with praise.
    • 1900, Thomas Anderton, A Tale of One City: The New Birmingham[1]:
      Birmingham, indeed, has recently been styled "the best governed city in the world"--a title that is, perhaps, a trifle too full and panegyrical to find ready and general acceptance.

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