exalting exalting  /ɪɡ ˈzɔl tɪŋ/


  • (adj) tending to exalt


  1. For an art form devoted to exalting the human spirit, classical music is plagued by painfully unenlightened gender politics.
  2. The crowd burst into chants exalting the President.
  3. The pilot aired in 1994 and caught fire, exalting its relatively unknown cast to fame.



  1. Mastella said he could not exert such influence on a private channel but hoped "the final epsode of a very misleading series exalting a criminal would not be seen by millions of Italians".
    on Nov 29, 2007 By: Clemente Mastella Source: Reuters

  2. Speaking on what role music plays in her life, Anoushka said: "Music plays the role of connecting us to our spirit. It's about celebrating that more exalting side of ourselves and of tapping us back into our beautiful side, the side that is...
    on Mar 6, 2009 By: Anoushka Shankar Source: Hindu

  3. At age 79, Chagall described how his mother buoyed him, back when he was Moshka Shagal, "her breasts so warmly nourishing and exalting me, and I feel I could swing from the moon."
    on Nov 13, 2008 By: Marc Chagall Source: International Herald Tribune

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/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /