Thesaurus / extolled

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She also extols the virtue of the simple squishy ball, or a piece of putty that provides resistance when squeezed.

If some extolled the pope and his court, the great majority gave free utterance to their complaints and their sarcasms.

Bazmant extolled to the skies the mighty deeds and wise plans of Abadid.

He extolled Stonewall Jackson and his men, who, he said, had passed through there only a day ahead of us.

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Yet he was extolled by the great body of Churchmen as if he had been the bravest and purest of martyrs.

The French Emperor has been extolled, and his mode of conducting wars has been more than intimated as being worth our imitation.

The clemency of Cyrus towards the other subject nations is also extolled.

Finding him deficient in every one of these faculties, I think his disciples have extolled him too highly.

Its brass train of artillery was extolled as perhaps the finest ever allotted to an army of the size.

Sncal, while he did not defend the Poles, extolled the latest remarks made by the men of letters.

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