verb (used with object)
Origin of exalt
SYNONYMS FOR exalt
Related formsex·alt·er, nounself-ex·alt·ing, adjectivesu·per·ex·alt, verb (used with object)un·ex·alt·ing, adjective
Can be confusedexalt exult
Examples from the Web for exalting
Exert your royal gifts in exalting only the lowly and humbling only the proud.Notes of a Son and Brother|Henry James
By exalting apathy in regard to personal suffering, it becomes insensible to others' pain also.Apologia Diffidentis|W. Compton Leith
There is nothing more easy than to vaporize reality altogether, by way of exalting a philosophy.The Philosophy of Natural Theology|William Jackson
It appears to place substances to which it is affixed in a superlative sense, and always as exalting the object.
It may be urged that in exalting Hales I am unfair to Malpighi.