exalt exalt  /ɪɡ ˈzɔlt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) praise, glorify, or honor
  2. (v) fill with sublime emotion
  3. (v) heighten or intensify
  4. (v) raise in rank, character, or status

Usage(s):

  1. There is growing tendency to exalt the virtues of science and maths and to neglect the fine arts.
  2. While it is good to exalt freedom of speech, care must be taken not to be offensive and carry out ad hominem attacks.
  3. The King was so pleased with the new pair of shoes that he exalted the shoemaker to the position of the King's adviser.

News

  1. Wale – "88" [LISTEN]

    Wale really does this sneaker thing, and he puts his knowledge to test on a heater called "88." Cats from the DMV have a well-documented affinity for Nike Air Foamposites and the like, but the MMG rapper opts to exalt the most high, better known as the Air Jordan shoe, on the track.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Hip-Hop Wired

  2. Stimulus Technologies Deploys Exalt for Gigabit Backbone Network

    Exalt Communications, Inc., the leading innovator of next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems, today announced that Stimulus Technologies, a Wireless Internet Service Provider providing Internet ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. "Any trend to produce programs and products - including animated films and video games - which in the name of entertainment exalt violence and portray anti-social behavior or the trivialization of human sexuality is a perversion, all the more...
    on Jan 24, 2007 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Malaysia Star

  2. "The experience Lincoln's supporters valued most in that race was his powerful ability to inspire hope in the future at a time of impasse," Gore said. "He insisted on reaching past partisan and regional divides to exalt our common humanity."
    on Aug 28, 2008 By: Al Gore Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. George Washington said "The name 'American', which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations. With slight shades of difference, you have the...
    on Jun 30, 2005 By: George Washington Source: Coatesville Ledger

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