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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Pentecostal ministers, preaching a gospel of prosperity, extolled the benefits of migration.
At a press conference with his Parisian counterpart Anne Hidalgo earlier this week, Khan extolled the virtues of the close friendship between their two cities.
Mr. Bahlul, 47 years old, produced propaganda videos extolling terrorism against U.S. targets and assisted bin Laden in assessing media coverage of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Selena's newest Pantene commercial features the singer and actress extolling the benefits of the brand's shampoo in Spanish.
For now, government officials and auto executives are taking a cooperative stance and extolling the gains in fuel economy in recent years rather than questioning the industry’s ability to reach much higher standards down the road.
By the February issue, the historian Samuel Eliot Morison was extolling Kennedy’s courage and comparing the significance of his decision making to Lincoln’s.
There is an undeniable pull to the place, in part because of its natural beauty, extolled almost since day one (counting from the white man’s discovery, it must be added).
All the anxieties that Generation X would voice and extol and dwell upon, ad infinitum, belonged first to us.
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Origin and Etymology of extol
Middle English, from Latin extollere, from ex- + tollere to lift up — more at tolerate
First Known Use: 15th century
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: to praise (someone or something) highly
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