The fact is nowhere dwelt upon for the purpose of exalting the actors.
Two things I can't bear—your lowering yourself like this, and your exalting me.
The exalting of their own authority, the diminishing of the king's, were still the objects pursued by the majority.
I should rejoice to see her passing through a discipline so chastening and exalting.
And a hot, exalting, incomprehensible something took possession of her.
While humbling themselves, God was blessing and exalting them.
I learned, and exercised with passion all that which is capable of exalting the mind and ennobling the heart.
Turn by turn, exalting some, and exalted by others, they rush into the abyss.
It is an unfinished temple whose gigantic dimensions, while exalting the imagination, proclaim the omnipotence of its builder.
It may be urged that in exalting Hales I am unfair to Malpighi.
to fill with joy; to elate
Latin ex- + altus 'high'