- rousing and exalting the imagination
- —George Eliot
Examples of exalt in a Sentence
His behavior has exalted the power and prestige of his office.
The essay exalts the simple beauty of the country.
We exalt thee, O Lord.
He shamelessly exalts his own role in the peace process.
Recent Examples of exalt from the Web
Their release should not be exalted it should be expected.
Saquon Barkley and Josh Allen, which would have been hated by some and exalted by others, might have worked.
He is portrayed in the artwork as exalted in heaven - but also with nail prints in his hands - to remember the suffering of the crucifixion.
In the pantheon of Montreal cultural figures, the soulful, self-effacing singer occupies exalted space.
McLaughlin said that Rajneesh’s insistence on exalting himself above all other living spiritual teachers was alien to any Indian religious practice.
There’s chart action right now for songs that exalt women as paragons of virtue.
Fassbinder exalts the exploits of the hidden heroes of daily life.
Its shares have kept up with the stockmarket and its standing is exalted.
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EXALT Defined for English Language Learners
: to raise (someone or something) to a higher level
: to praise (someone or something) highly
: to present (something) in a way that is very favorable or too favorable
EXALT Defined for Kids
- The king exalted his loyal servant to a councillor.
- … these young Cratchits danced about the table, and exalted Master Peter Cratchit to the skies …
- —Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol
- virulence exalted by addition of mucin to a bacterial culture
- exalt a virus by repeated rapid passage through susceptible hosts
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