Examples of extol in a Sentence
The health benefits of exercise are widely extolled.
campaign literature extolling the candidate's military record
Recent Examples of extol from the Web
Anyone extolled for keeping busy at all costs in the gig economy will see it, too.
Such tastemaker outlets as Pinterest, Architectural Digest and Southern Living have recently extolled the virtues of pink front doors and home exteriors, even if local real estate agents are mixed on the impact on property values.
As recently as Tuesday night, callers to his Las Vegas hotel heard his voice, extolling the virtues of a Jeff Koons sculpture of Popeye on the property, when they were placed on hold.
Even as his clout diminished and his worries grew over the regime’s coercive actions, Lansdale extolled Diem’s achievements and urged continued American support.
The polished promotional video for what's being promoted as the world's first Hyperloop route, between Chicago and Cleveland, features a rough-voiced narrator extolling the no-nonsense virtues of the midwest.
In just over a minute, more than 150 users sent out the same tweet extolling Italian anti-euro populist Matteo Salvini, a contender in next month’s presidential election.
While manufacturers were busy extolling the harmlessness of their product line, hospitals were filling up with people suffering from tear gas injuries.
In the scene, Gekko, played by a slick-haired Michael Douglas, extols the virtues of greed.
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Definition of extol for English Language Learners
: to praise (someone or something) highly
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