Examples of extol in a Sentence
The health benefits of exercise are widely extolled.
campaign literature extolling the candidate's military record
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The director scripted and staged the action to extol the working poor, finding strength and dignity in their almost balletic rituals.
McCann would then go on to extol the benefits of this particular brand of spray-on deodorant.
Rivers wanted to extol the virtues of his group after the Clippers' hopes of advancing to their seventh consecutive postseason were dashed.
But by adding Pencil support and extolling the device's virtues for educators, Apple has tried to position this new release as an entry-level machine not just for consuming content but for creating it.
For a second consecutive afternoon, Astros manager A.J. Hinch began his pregame session with reporters extolling that day's pitcher.
Diana Kennedy wrote nine cookbooks extolling the wonders of Mexican food.
Astrid Hacker/Louisville Courier Journal A week ago, Courtney Sorrell was in her middle-school classroom, extolling the virtues of poet Langston Hughes.
Where the South likes gooey sentimentality, northern pop extols rather different virtues.
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Definition of extol for English Language Learners
: to praise (someone or something) highly
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