exalted

[ ig-zawl-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF exalted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXALTED

The Republic has marched on and on, and its step has exalted freedom and humanity.

By these words—you can see that I was young—I was exalted, not cast down.

He left the theatre in an exalted mood in which he had little thought for the realities.

He came away from the play in a disturbed and exalted state.

She was old, plain, unsought; the man she exalted was the flower of his kind.

Yet it has every quality which we require in exalted poetry.

The wheel humbles itself to be exalted; only it does it a little quicker than I do.

The minor virtues are not to be despised, even in comparison with the most exalted.

He hath put down the mighty from their seats; and exalted them of low degree.

His face, with its "illuminated," exalted look, scarcely changed.

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