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
Local supplies Green groups have long extolled the virtues of recycling sewage into potable drinking water.
After all, Allen could have simply made a phone call to extol the virtues of UConn, his alma mater, and Ollie, who along with Allen formed a dynamic Huskies backcourt between 1993 and 1995.
In its opening pages, three cardiologists extol the virtues of Lakhani’s diligence in the face of her spouse’s heart disease.
Jenkins and Morrisey sat on each side of Trump earlier this month when the president visited West Virginia in early April to extol the benefits of his tax plan.
The lending officer called the seller’s agent to extol the couple’s excellent qualifications.
Now the same Republicans who condemned that move and an overture to a mean guy are extolling the virtues of the reach-out to the North Korean leader with President Trump.
The social media specialist, Joel Zamel, extolled his company’s ability to give an edge to a political campaign; by that time, the firm had drawn up a multimillion-dollar proposal for a social media manipulation effort to help elect Trump.
On the sidelines, waiting for their turn at the task, the teamsters were more than happy to extol the virtues of their particular animal.
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: to praise (someone or something) highly
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