Washington has a serious tendency to exalt semantics over common sense.
Not exactly the kind of jobs a new president wants to exalt as the solution of the future.
Moreover it is against right reason to exalt human power over spiritual power, which is supreme over all powers.
The edge of the cataract is crimped by indentations which exalt its beauty.
I bow myself under the yoke but for a moment, only in order to exalt myself the more proudly.
If the absence of decoration could exalt the beauty of his Venus, here had been her perfection.
I wondered what could exalt him from the distress in which he had long appeared, to so much alacrity.
There is no reason to exalt or to disparage either at the expense of the other.
The Grand Sultan might exalt her to be his chief wife, but he could never make a lady of her, or get her to look like one.
What is despised to-day, she can exalt to-morrow to the very pinnacle of honor.
to fill with joy; to elate
Latin ex- + altus 'high'