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exalt definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to increase in position, personality, or status; elevate: exalted the shepherd to the ranking of grand vizier.
    • To glorify, praise, or honor.
    • to boost the effect or intensity of; heighten: pieces of art that exalt the imagination.
    • Obsolete To fill with sublime feeling; elate.
    • To raise large; to elevate; to carry up.
    • To elevate in ranking, self-esteem, power, wealth, personality, and/or want; to dignify; to market.
    • To elevate by prise or estimation; to magnify; to extol; to glorify.
    • To raise up with delight, pride, or success; to encourage with pleasure or pleasure; to elate.
    • to raise the tone of, since the sound or a musical tool.
    • To make pure or processed; to intensify or concentrate.
    • to boost in rank, personality, or standing; elevate: exalted the shepherd towards rank of grand vizier.
    • To glorify, praise, or honor.
    • To increase the result or power of; heighten: artwork that exalt the imagination.
    • Obsolete To fill with sublime feeling; elate.
    • to increase high; to elevate; to carry up.
    • to raise in rank, self-esteem, power, wide range, personality, or even the like; to dignify; to promote.
    • to raise by prise or estimation; to magnify; to extol; to glorify.
    • To raise up with joy, pride, or success; to encourage with delight or pleasure; to elate.
    • to raise the tone of, by the sound or a musical tool.
    • To render pure or refined; to intensify or concentrate.
  • verb:
    • To honor; to put up in large esteem.
    • to increase in ranking, status etc., to elevate.
    • raise in rank, personality, or standing
    • praise, glorify, or honor
    • fill with sublime feeling
    • heighten or intensify
    • To honor; to put up in large esteem.
    • to boost in ranking, standing etc., to elevate.
    • raise in rank, character, or standing
    • compliments, glorify, or honor
    • fill with sublime emotion
    • heighten or intensify
  • others:
    • To raise high; lift to a good or uncommon height; elevate in room.
    • to raise in degree or consideration; provide a greater or maybe more intense state or problem; raise up, like in position, character, or quality: as, to exalt you to a high office; to exalt the passions.
    • To feature or accord exaltation to; make large or elevated in estimation or expression; magnify; glorify; compliments; extol.
    • In chem., to cleanse; refine: as, to exalt the drinks or even the attributes of systems.
    • Synonyms Elevate, carry, etc. See raise.
    • To ennoble, dignify, aggrandize.
    • To glorify.
    • To raise high; lift to an excellent or unusual altitude; elevate in room.
    • To elevate in level or consideration; provide an increased or maybe more intense condition or problem; boost up, such as position, character, or high quality: because, to exalt people to increased office; to exalt the interests.
    • To attribute or accord exaltation to; make large or increased in estimation or appearance; magnify; glorify; praise; extol.
    • In chem., to purify; refine: as, to exalt the juices and/or characteristics of figures.
    • Synonyms Elevate, carry, etc. See raise.
    • To ennoble, dignify, aggrandize.
    • To glorify.
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