use panegyrist in a sentence.
His calling C.assus his "panegyrist" is explained by Letter XIX, pp. 33-34.] [Footnote 102: C. C.rio, the elder, defended C.odius.
“Your language is wonderfully altered within this twelvemonth,” said Mr Monckton; “the worthlessness of human nature! the miseries of life! this from you! so lately the champion of human nature, and the panegyrist of human life!”
Constantine, is he not an author who, in this work, bears throughout the character of a panegyrist, rather than that of a historian?
“Envy,” it has been said, “permits every one to be the panegyrist of his own probity, but not of his own wit.”
That Zosimus, who seems to have endeavored to diminish the glory of Constantine, has said nothing of it, is not surprising; but the silence appears very strange in the author of the panegyric of Constantine, pronounced in his presence at Trier; in which oration the panegyrist expresses himself in magnificent terms on all the war against Maxentius, whom this emperor had conquered.