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
The philosophy of governance—defined by loyalty, hostile to expertise, and comfortable with lies—created a disaster, even as its adherents extolled American values.
Listening to an architect of the fast-twitch internet extol the benefits of books and magazines is a little odd, like watching Chef Boyardee open a farm-to-table restaurant.
The park extols the virtues of age: Many of the rocks were formed hundreds of millions of years ago.
During the open portion of Friday's meeting, several parents extolled the interim superintendent.
Stephen Brashear Getty Images In this year’s letter to Amazon (amzn, -1.88%) shareholders, released earlier this week, CEO Jeff Bezos extolled the value of high expectations.
Half-a-dozen Year 7s, the youngest age group in British high schools aged 11 and 12, extol the merits of attending Michaela.
In this ode to Mother Earth, close-up and wide-angle color photos extol land, sea and air.
The president is said to have been captivated by his doctor's appearance in the White House briefing room, where, following Trump's physical, Jackson extolled Trump's fitness and cognitive acuity.
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Definition of extol for English Language Learners
: to praise (someone or something) highly
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