Dys`lo*gis"tic (?), a. [Gr. ill, bad, + discourse, fr. to speak.]

Unfavorable; not commendatory; -- opposed to eulogistic.

There is no course of conduct for which dyslogistic or eulogistic epithets may be found. J. F. Stephen.

The paternity of dyslogistic -- no bantling, but now almost a centenarian -- is adjudged to that genius of common sense, Jeremy Bentham. Fitzed. Hall.


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