Definition Of exalted

verb

(of a person or their rank or status) placed at a high or powerful level; held in high regard.

it had taken her years of hard infighting to reach her present exalted rank

hold (someone or something) in very high regard; think or speak very highly of.

the party will continue to exalt its hero

in a state of extreme happiness.

I felt exalted and newly alive

Example Of exalted

  • Although she does not enjoy the same exalted status as Kissinger on the other side of the aisle, Albright is among the top foreign policy thinkers of the Democratic Party.

  • An exalted call rang out joyfully, overpowering Griffith's next words and catching the Dawns' attentions.

  • And as the 24-year-old Russian prepares for her last world gymnastics championships and Olympics, she's embracing her exalted status as if this was what she was born to do.

  • As does his happy exalted run to school, racing the train.

  • But reunification, an unprecedented experiment in social and political reclamation, was bound to fall short of the exalted German ideal of national solidarity.


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