Examples of exaltation in a Sentence
feelings of joy and exaltation
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The music conveyed the exuberance of exaltation, backed up with electric guitars and keyboards and drums.
Technology's advances used to receive unadulterated exaltation; these days, the promises have gone sour, the optimism dried up.
After all, Christian exaltation of the suffering of Christ and the martyrs has permeated Western culture for nearly two thousand years, long before the latest campus dust-ups about no-platforming conservative speakers.
The exaltation of his performance was just beginning.
In recent months, far fewer Muslim families have experienced similar exaltation.
The somber reflections were broken up by moments of religious exaltation.
Both played with a visible edge — Watkins backed his marks violently into the paint and Stevens screamed in exaltation after numerous dunks.
And a sense of exaltation that made any encore superfluous.
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EXALTATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exaltation for English Language Learners
: the act of raising someone or something in importance : the act of exalting someone or something or the state of being exalted
: a strong sense of happiness, power, or importance
medical Definition of exaltation
- exaltation of virulence of a virus
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