exaltation[ eg-zawl-tey-shuhn, ek-sawl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exaltation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXALTATION
Harriett felt nothing but a strange, solemn excitement and exaltation.
So long as she was busy, a sort of exaltation of service upheld her.
But for all that his exaltation did not subside, but assumed a higher pitch.
Compare that moment of exaltation with the grovelling life of your Christians!
They advanced to the topic again and again, dully, but with exaltation.
Its contents were a blend of praise and blame, of exaltation and depression.
But with the hour, the exaltation went, and reaction started in his soul.
Religion will become the exaltation of self-respect, of what we call the divine in man.
She shares all the exaltation of his memory and the fulness of his fame.
"You have given me a new scheme, Hulda," he said, with exaltation.
late 14c, from Old French exaltacion "enhancement, elevation," from Latin exaltationem (nominative exaltatio) "elevation, pride," from exaltare (see exalt).
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