Thesaurus / extol
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Is this the illustrious doctor whom the greatest men of the age, Erasmus and Reuchlin, extol so loudly?
HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY (VOLUME 1)J. H. MERLE D'AUBIGN
As soon as she began to extol the North and speak against slavery, mother left the room.
THE GRIMK SISTERSCATHERINE H. BIRNEY
Megabyzus could not extol the deeds of Bartja and his friends too highly.
AN EGYPTIAN PRINCESS, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
The rumour spreads through the entire city; they extol the Fabii to the skies by their encomiums.
THE HISTORY OF ROME, BOOKS 01 TO 08TITUS LIVIUS
But all know how loudly they extol the purity of Lucretia, that noble matron of ancient Rome.
THE CITY OF GOD, VOLUME IAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
You will then present your identification folder and extol the worth and character of your pedigree.
CITY OF ENDLESS NIGHTMILO HASTINGS
He was preeminently the poet of the martyrs, never ceasing to extol their Christian faith and fortitude.
THE STORY OF OUR HYMNSERNEST EDWIN RYDEN
But it finds its own success at last, and then the prudent also extol.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
We saluted him as usual with the words Deo Gratias; and he began to extol the corn on the ground, and in it the mercies of God.
PABLO DE SEGOVIA, THE SPANISH SHARPERFRANCISCO DE QUEVEDO
The Greeks also extol the moderation of the Indians in eating and drinking.
THE HISTORY OF ANTIQUITY, VOLUME IV (OF 6)MAX DUNCKER
WORDS RELATED TO EXTOL
- be all for
- be satisfied with
- front for
- go on record for
- hold up
- put forward
- put in a good word
- put on to
- speak highly of
- speak well of
- stand by
- think highly of
- vouch for
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