Definitions

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  • verb transitive Alternative spelling of extol.

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Examples

  • I being a Scholasticall panion, obtestate your sublimitie, to extoll mine infirmitie.

    The English Is Coming!

  • I being a Scholasticall panion, obtestate your sublimitie, to extoll mine infirmitie.

    The English Is Coming!

  • So, when the mainstream media or a public figure extoll the virtues of Twitter, it can gain more credibility.

    Twitter goes mainstream

  • And many [R] politicians and spin-masters have continued to extoll this very approach.

    Obama calls job numbers 'very encouraging'

  • Without experiment (without what in some ways could be called "progress" in the arts), art would ossify into dead monuments we are to extoll for their putative greatness but that would not provoke the kind of experiential engagement Dewey thinks is art's ultimate validation.

    John Dewey's *Art as Experience*

  • Sometimes while in my car they would extoll the joys of not having to take care of a car.

    Why I Choose to Live Carfree « PubliCola

  • I have seen people complain about their jobs for hours, but then extoll the virtues of working outside of the home as soon as they stand before a stay at home wife or mother.

    Homemaking Without Worry

  • But, most of the civilian individuals I have encountered who extoll Black rifles are not willing to impose discipline on themselves.

    Rove Tweets Hunting

  • The biggest hypocrites in the country are the phony religious who extoll their virtues which they do not adhere to. gary davis Harbor Oregon

    SC Lt. Gov. to ask for Sanford's resignation

  • But, most of the civilian individuals I have encountered who extoll Black rifles are not willing to impose discipline on themselves.

    Rove Tweets Hunting

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