exalt[ ig-zawlt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exalt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXALT
Favour for a person will exalt the one, as disfavour will sink the other.
For how many years has it been my intention to exalt and ennoble you!
I am afraid he had none of the graces that can exalt one of these affairs.
Some of its votaries, on the other hand, are inclined to exalt it unduly.
Which of these statues is calculated to uplift and to exalt all who come near?
They would not exalt him to the regions of air, but they o'ercanopy him on earth.
Did He pretend to exalt Himself above Abraham and the prophets?
It is not in the nature of civilisation to exalt the savage.
They educate, they exalt, they preserve; so that to profit by them we must be as perceptive as we can.
Would you exalt your profession, exalt those who labor with you.