Thesaurus / exalt


These are things that they will never speak about, but it’s, it’s part of the illusion of being unreachable and being exalted from the everyday man.PODCAST: IN THE AI OF THE BEHOLDERANTHONY GREENAPRIL 1, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
When you exalt him put forth all your strength, and be not weary: for you can never go far enough.THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Upon the dark mountain lift ye up a banner, exalt the voice, lift up the hand, and let the rulers go into the gates.THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be humbled: and whosoever shall humble himself shall be exalted.HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
Religion seems to have been invented but to exalt princes above their nations, and to deliver the people to their discretion.SUPERSTITION IN ALL AGES (1732)JEAN MESLIER
Do not misunderstand me, however, and imagine that I wish to exalt Chopin at the expense of another great musician.FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
No generous emotion, no human impulse I had ever experienced, but came with adoration and rich gifts with which to exalt her.IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EVIDENCEOLIVER ONIONS
But what was it then that attracted him to Kalkbrenner, and made him exalt this pianist above all the pianists he had heard?FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
The effects of this were to exalt a portion of the nation above, and to depress others below, the average standing.THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
And how modest and unselfish she had been to make the attempt to exalt another author when she herself was so much greater.THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN


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