A Word A Day : Exalt
Word of 27th April 2007: A Word A Day-Exalt
Exalt Verb Exalt
(ig ZAWLT) v: to raise high, to glorify
The manager decided to exalt the lowly batboy by asking him to pitch in the opening game of the World Series.
The adjective exalted is used frequently.
Being Queen of England is an exalted occupation.
Larry felt exalted when he woke up to discover that his great-uncle had left him a hundred million dollars.
Cleaning out a septic tank is not an exalted task.
Be careful not to confuse this word with exult.
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