(noun) a eulogistic oration or writing / (noun) formal or elaborate praise
Kennedy’s panegyric to marriage as a form of existential identification with another human is of little interest to the immigration agents who decide what counts as “real” marriage and which partners get to live in this country.
This is the moment when panegyrics to ‘American empire’ were much in vogue.
went on to write an extended panegyric, before arriving at his real political objective
Marx and Engels left no detailed blueprint of what a socialist or communist society should look like, something that led academic Marxists to pronounce that Marx’s originality lay in his philosophy and economics. Others utilized his panegyrics celebrating the revolutionary capacities of capital to argue that the gravediggers were the capitalists themselves