What is the past tense of eulogize?

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The past tense of eulogize is eulogized.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of eulogize is eulogizes.

The present participle of eulogize is eulogizing.

The past participle of eulogize is eulogized.

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Nehru eulogized him and lionized him as a great secularist and anti-feudal.
In tributes and memorial speeches Paul has been eulogized by political friends and foes as honest, principled, and unpretentious.
After the last machines were phased out in New York, commenters on a New York Times article eulogized the departing lever machine.
And though his essays never made it to popular publications, mainstream newspapers and web sites have eulogized him.
We are aware that it is resorted to in burns, and highly eulogized in puerperal and yellow fever.
Our joys and heartbreaks are permanently eulogized in each CD each year.

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