Noun(1) a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion(2) the location of a planet in the zodiac at which it is believed to exert its maximum influence(3) a flock of larks (especially a flock of larks in flight overhead(4) the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god
(1) the exaltation of the army as a place for brotherhood(2) I've long been an avowed enemy of benchmarking, because at its heart it amounts to exaltation of imitation.(3) Her case is misdiagnosed, and she finds herself swept into vertiginous cycles of self-loathing and ecstasy, paranoia and visionary exaltation .(4) I felt a sense of delight and exaltation just by reading the contents pages, and looked forward to reading in English some of my childhood favourites which I'd only ever read in their original Bengali.(5) Yes, all heroic exaltation is dangerous, but the danger is not to the hero-worshipers, but to the hero.(6) During the game itself Mileson remained very composed and anyone who thinks that he is just on some kind of moneyman's ego trip should have seen the look of sheer exaltation when Gretna's equaliser hit the back of the net.(7) Bounties of God are no doubt His trusts which should be spent for the good and exaltation of the community and nation.(8) the exaltation of Jesus to the Father's right hand(9) The feeling of exaltation at expressing oneself, the satisfaction of giving free vent to their thoughts and the sense of power generated by creativity do wonders for developing their personality.(10) All three composers, self-torturing, high-minded isolationists in their own ways, strove for heightened exaltation .(11) Put beauty back into the contours of our hearts, and we may find that pain is as essential to our experience of life as exaltation , for with being in beauty, as with being in love, we risk getting hurt.(12) But even viewed miraculously, Jesus' ability to endure torture in The Passion works against any spiritual exaltation that the film wishes to inspire.(13) With a 33 km mountain run behind me and a 67 km white-water kayak ahead, I felt pain, dread, exaltation , jubilation, anticipation, fear and joy - give me more emotions.(14) Her argument that the church's very keystone is control of female reproductive power by the exaltation of virginity as spiritual ideal is well attested by the appellations given two items of the maiden dance uniform.(15) I will be singing her praises with hyperbolic terms of exaltation , extolling her to the highest degree, her aura will be raised to mythical proportions.(16) 7 In the words of Mauriac, it is this risk of death that would bring Malraux's experience of life into sharper relief, even to a state of exaltation .
(1) exaltation :: dyrchafiad
1. elation ::
2. praise ::
4. deification ::
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