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paean in Literature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaeanpae‧an /ˈpiːən/ noun [countable]  literaryALPRAISE a happy song of praise, thanks, or victory
Examples from the Corpus
paeanGiuliani turned his answer into a paean to the police.It turns the essential artifice of this new delivery system into an asset, making the film seem a paean to plastic.His first column was a paean to the ingenuity, resolve, and bravery represented by the massive Berlin airlift.The end is no wild and glorious pagan racket, but rather a noble, meticulously layered paean.Had he been, he would have made Michael Codron's chastisement seem like a love paean.Many classic Tinseltown films are veritable paeans to white supremacy.