encomium (Meaning)

Wordnet

encomium (n)

a formal expression of praise

Webster

encomium (n.)

Warm or high praise; panegyric; strong commendation.

encomium Sentence Examples

  1. The mayor delivered an encomium to the city's firefighters for their bravery during the recent fire.
  2. The teacher gave an encomium to the student for his outstanding academic achievements.
  3. The encomium was filled with praise and admiration for the recipient.
  4. The speaker gave an encomium to the retiring CEO for his many years of service to the company.
  5. The doctor received an encomium from the medical society for his groundbreaking research.
  6. The actress received an encomium from the critics for her performance in the new play.
  7. The athlete received an encomium from the sportswriters for his record-breaking performance.
  8. The musician received an encomium from the music critics for his latest album.
  9. The artist received an encomium from the art critics for his innovative and thought-provoking work.
  10. The writer received an encomium from the literary critics for his powerful and moving novel.

FAQs About the word encomium

a formal expression of praiseWarm or high praise; panegyric; strong commendation.

citation,tribute, commendation, hymn, eulogy, salutation, eulogium, prize, dithyramb, applause

condemnation, rebuke,condemnation, reprimand, censure, indictment, denunciation, indictment, reprimand, rebuke

The mayor delivered an encomium to the city's firefighters for their bravery during the recent fire.

The teacher gave an encomium to the student for his outstanding academic achievements.

The encomium was filled with praise and admiration for the recipient.

The speaker gave an encomium to the retiring CEO for his many years of service to the company.