Origin of exaltation
Examples from the Web for exaltation
Clearly a call to charity, this is also an exaltation of parenthood.
This exaltation of suffering may be difficult for many non-Catholics to understand.
What made more sense than to sing a niggun, a tune of longing and exaltation?
Many people think of religion in personal terms, of the solace or insight or exaltation it can provide.
He had the exaltation of one on the brink of great discovery.Old Mole|Gilbert Cannan
And even in the moment of her exaltation, Eldris understood.Nicanor - Teller of Tales|C. Bryson Taylor
As their lips touched, Neale was thrilled by a wave of emotion,—exaltation rather than passion.Rough-Hewn|Dorothy Canfield
No man can be in a constant fever of excitement, in an unremitting state of exaltation.mile Verhaeren|Stefan Zweig
The prophet combines with his exaltation a logic which is often very concise in its details, although applied on a morbid basis.The Sexual Question|August Forel
British Dictionary definitions for exaltation
Word Origin and History for exaltation
late 14c, from Old French exaltacion "enhancement, elevation," from Latin exaltationem (nominative exaltatio) "elevation, pride," from exaltare (see exalt).