Definition of panegyrical in English:

panegyrical

Pronunciation /ˌpanəˈjirək(ə)l/ /ˌpænəˈdʒɪrək(ə)l/

adjective

See panegyric

‘Amidst the panegyrical promises of modernization and development, few voices, either left or right, questioned the ideology of progress, though many fought bitterly over the division of the spoils.’
  • ‘His work On Justinian's Buildings, was composed at the emperor's behest, and is panegyrical in tone.’
  • ‘Demonstrative or panegyrical oratory is associated with the past and urges an audience to honor and imitate a virtuous subject.’
  • ‘Gone indeed was artists' panegyrical imagery of the Revolution and Empire.’
  • ‘Any panegyrical reference to this feat is worth it, even assuming that Kumble is not the first but the second Indian to reach this milestone.’