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Outdoor enthusiasts often extol type-two fun, activities that start innocently enough but then slide off the rails into exhaustion, near-death experiences, and so on.

Though born in Oklahoma, Marcia extols her childhood in Bozeman, Montana, where the surrounding wilderness became a second backyard.

There’s even a Jamaican folk song called “Mango Time” that extols this peak season.

After decrying mankind’s greed and obliviousness, her statement extols forests as collectives whose “collaborative wisdom is something we humans might learn from and perhaps be saved by.”

Michael Tubbs, the mayor who brought the program to the area, appeared on national television programs to extol its virtues.

Meyer went on the John Ankerberg show to extol the theological virtues of the Big Bang.

One might extol Apple for acting in the fashion of a responsible corporate citizen with its decision.

We extol celebrity at a time when it has never seemed more fleeting or meaningless.

"Usually, when they publish a commentary, it's to extol the study, or show how it's advanced the field," DeStefano says.

Well-credentialed members of the mainstream media privately extol her.

Are you not ashamed to extol this revolting and commonplace stuff, which aspires to be psychologically profound?

Let historians extol blood-shedding; it is woman's place to abhor it.

He does not extol physical science alone, though doubtless he had a preference for it over metaphysical inquiries.

Where was thy judgment, man, To extol a virgin Sanazarro tells me Is nearer to deformity?

Cease with high-sounding praise to extol the womanly nature, while practically you deny that there is any.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to extol, such as: acclaim, applaud, celebrate, commend, eulogize, and exalt.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.