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exalt
used in A Tale of Two Cities

5 uses
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Definition
praise, glorify, or honor

or:

fill with extreme happiness
  • In London, he had expected neither to walk on pavements of gold, nor to lie on beds of roses; if he had had any such exalted expectation, he would not have prospered.
    2.10 — Two Promises (8% in)
  • He knew enough of the world to know that there is nothing in it better than the faithful service of the heart; so rendered and so free from any mercenary taint, he had such an exalted respect for it, that in the retributive arrangements made by his own mind—we all make such arrangements, more or less— he stationed Miss Pross much nearer to the lower Angels than many ladies immeasurably better got up both by Nature and Art, who had balances at Tellson's.
    2.6 — Hundreds of People (36% in)
  • , it is a curious thing that she is going to marry the nephew of Monsieur the Marquis, for whom Gaspard was exalted to that height of so many feet; in other words, the present Marquis.
    2.16 — Still Knitting (80% in)
  • Now that this was changed, and he knew himself to be invested through that old trial with forces to which they both looked for Charles's ultimate safety and deliverance, he became so far exalted by the change, that he took the lead and direction, and required them as the weak, to trust to him as the strong.
    3.4 — Calm in Storm (54% in)
  • Cries in exaltation of the well-known good physician rent the hall.
    3.6 — Triumph (41% in)

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