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  • adv. In an exalted manner.


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  • Not everything at TPM (pace Greg et al) is as exaltedly substantive as you suggest, imho.

    Edwards Campaign Blasts New York Times Over Poverty Story

  • The picture is taken from the side, the eyes of the animal stare exaltedly, his nostrils are flaired, the muscles and tendons can be seen traced on the smooth body.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Will the story maker behind the curtain suddenly jump out and exaltedly shouted that you are fooled?

    True or false? A Chinese Fugitive Sergeant���s Diary

  • He showers twice a day, sprinkles talcum powder on his toes and boasts an exaltedly delicate nose through which he ostentatiously sniffs, every few minutes, in appreciation or disdain.


  • One minute he's writing exaltedly to Franz Liszt - 'I now consider my powers to be immeasurable: everything seethes within me and makes music'; the next he is in a rage of despair at the 'cruelly difficult task of creating in my mind a non-existent world.'

    Reading Wagner

  • At some point the talon grip of the War on Terror will relent out of pure tension fatigue, and perhaps then new excitements will bubble up through the floorboards, pour through the speakers, and set us momentarily but exaltedly free.

    A Twist in Time

  • Is it any merit to admire more than ever a lady who can so exaltedly distinguish?

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Fanny found herself thinking clearly and exaltedly.

    Fanny Herself

  • “Mr. Page,” remarked an exaltedly titled lady in a conversational pause, “when is your country going to get into the war?”

    The Life and Letters of Walter H Page

  • She could imagine how steadfastly and exaltedly he would face the invader.

    The Last Shot


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