Definitions

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  • n. Someone who exalts.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who exalts or raises to dignity.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who or that which exalts or raises to dignity.

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Examples

  • There sat -- the lumbering trot of his typewriter heard long before he assumed visible, hazy outline -- William Struthers, known to the newspaper world as "Old Uncle Bill," the writer of daily prose-verse squibs on the homely virtues, the exalter of the commonplaces of life, the deifier of the ordinary.

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  • While, as the occupation of life, it pays off the debt of Time, as the exalter of life it contributes to the Building of Eternity.

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  • Certainly an awful lot of trouble to go to if our exalter Caliph has nothing to hide.

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  • O God, the exalter of the humble, Who didst make Saint Martin, Thy confessor, to enter the heavenly Kingdom, grant through his merits and intercession that we may so follow the example of his humility on earth as to deserve to be exalted with him in Heaven, through Christ Our Lord.

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  • Let us pray: O God, the exalter of the humble, Who didst make St. Martin,

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  • 'Thee through my ftory Th' exalter of my head I count 5

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  • While, as the occupation of his life, it pays off the debt of time; as the exalter of life, it contributes to the building of eternity.] *****

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 330, April 1843

  • Ivan is to show her that her dual role of judge and exalter is complementary rather than contradictory. "

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  • There sat ” the lumbering trot of his typewriter heard long before he assumed visible, hazy outline ” William Struthers, known to the newspaper world as “Old Uncle Bill,” the writer of daily prose-verse squibs on the homely virtues, the exalter of the commonplaces of life, the deifier of the ordinary.

    Tramping on Life

  • "Felim, son of Cathal Crovderg O'Connor, the defender and supporter of his own province, and of his friends on every side, the expeller and plunderer of his foes; a man full of hospitality, prowess, and renown; the exalter of the clerical orders and men of science; a worthy materies

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