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exalt
used in Main Street

8 uses
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Definition
praise, glorify, or honor

or:

fill with extreme happiness
  • She ought to feel exalted.
    Chapter 3 (72% in)
  • He indicated with a forlornly waving hand the shelves of shoe-boxes, the seat of thin wood perforated in rosettes, the display of shoe-trees and tin boxes of blacking, the lithograph of a smirking young woman with cherry cheeks who proclaimed in the exalted poetry of advertising, "My tootsies never got hep to what pedal perfection was till I got a pair of clever classy Cleopatra Shoes."
    Chapter 10 (76% in)
  • They were exalted by the picture of themselves as being simultaneously business-like and artistic.
    Chapter 18 (2% in)
  • She was curiously exalted; her voice was strained; she stared not at the company but at the grotesques scrawled on the backs of wing-pieces by forgotten stage-hands.
    Chapter 18 (56% in)
  • Kennicott made an excellent land-deal, but as he told her none of the details, she was not greatly exalted or agitated.
    Chapter 19 (32% in)
  • She did not feel exalted, but unkempt and furious.
    Chapter 20 (1% in)
  • She prayed to Jesus, always to the Son of God, offering him the terrible power of her adoration, addressing him as the eternal lover, growing passionate, exalted, large, as she contemplated his splendor.
    Chapter 21 (10% in)
  • She warned herself that she was probably exaggerating; that no young man could have all these exalted qualities.
    Chapter 28 (45% in)

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