Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of extoll.

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Examples

  • Sen. Mitchell can cite these interests in extolling Arab leaders to support the PA diplomatically and financially, reach out to Israel, and begin a serious discussion about how a Palestinian state will be integrated into the economic and security architecture of the region.

    My Seeds Grow With His Seeds | ATTACKERMAN

  • The guide mimics the movie in extolling charter schools and test-driven data while portraying teachers unions as evil.

    The Chamber of Commerce's flawed 'Superman' school reform guide

  • When youth and students speak out especially through writing published in newspapers as letters to the editor or on alternative news media websites, older Americans respond with emails and phone calls extolling what has been said.

    Tapping the Power of Youth

  • When youth and students speak out especially through writing published in newspapers as letters to the editor or on alternative news media websites, older Americans respond with emails and phone calls extolling what has been said.

    Printing: Tapping the Power of Youth

  • The bulky container has a fancy label extolling the virtues of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But I am certainly not alone in extolling the virtues of saving.

    A Penny Earned

  • A life from the dead ought to be spent in extolling the God of our life.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • On the tape, Mansour and three unidentified "North American Brothers," and a Somali, sing a nasheed, or a song without music, in English, extolling the virtues of global jihad.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • On the tape, Mansour and three unidentified "North American Brothers," and a Somali, sing a nasheed, or a song without music, in English, extolling the virtues of global jihad.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • On the tape, Mansour and three unidentified "North American Brothers," and a Somali, sing a nasheed, or a song without music, in English, extolling the virtues of global jihad.

    WN.com - Photown News

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