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ex·alt·ed

 (ĭg-zôl′tĭd)
adj.
1. Elevated in rank, character, or status.
2. Lofty; sublime; noble: an exalted dedication to liberty.
3. Exaggerated; inflated: He has an exalted sense of his importance to the project.

ex·alt′ed·ly adv.
ex·alt′ed·ness n.

exalted

(ɪɡˈzɔːltɪd)
adj
1. high or elevated in rank, position, dignity, etc
2. elevated in character; noble; lofty: an exalted ideal.
3. informal excessively high; inflated: he has an exalted opinion of himself.
4. intensely excited; elated
exˈaltedly adv
exˈaltedness n

ex•alt•ed

(ɪgˈzɔl tɪd)

adj.
1. raised or elevated, as in rank or character; of high station: an exalted personage.
2. noble or elevated; lofty: an exalted style of writing.
3. rapturously excited.
[1585–95]
ex•alt′ed•ly, adv.
ex•alt′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exalted - of high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or style; "an exalted ideal"; "argue in terms of high-flown ideals"- Oliver Franks; "a noble and lofty concept"; "a grand purpose"
noble - having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character; "a noble spirit"; "noble deeds"

exalted

adjective
1. high-ranking, high, grand, honoured, intellectual, noble, prestigious, august, elevated, eminent, dignified, lofty I seldom move in such exalted circles.
2. noble, ideal, superior, elevated, intellectual, uplifting, sublime, lofty, high-minded I don't think of poetry as an exalted calling, as some poets do.

exalted

adjective
1. Raised to or occupying a high position or rank:
2. Exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style:
Translations
راقِ، سامٍ، مُمَجَّد
fornem
magas rangú
upphafinn, hátt settur
augstscildens
vysoko postavený

exalted

[ɪgˈzɔːltɪd] ADJ (= high) [position] → elevado; [person] → eminente; (= elated) → excitado

exalted

[ɪgˈzɔːltɪd] adj
(= high) [rank] → élevé(e)
[person] → haut placé(e)
(= elated) → exalté(e)

exalted

adj
position, stylehoch; at or on a less exalted levelauf nicht ganz so gehobener Ebene; the exalted ranks of …die erhabenen Ränge der …; to be in exalted companysich in gehobener Gesellschaft befinden; she moves only in the most exalted circlessie bewegt sich nur in den besten Kreisen
mood, personexaltiert, überschwänglich

exalted

[ɪgˈzɔːltɪd] adj (frm) (high, rank, position, person) → elevato/a; (elated) → esaltato/a

exalted

(igˈzoːltid) adjective
high in rank, position etc; noble; important.
References in classic literature ?
In the presence of others she expressed admiration for his exalted gifts, as she handed the photograph around and dwelt upon the fidelity of the likeness.
The delicate compliment to their confidential relations and the slight stimulus of liquor had tremulously exalted Whiskey Dick.
I walked in a world of their invention--they had no occasion whatever to draw upon mine; so that my time was taken only with being, for them, some remarkable person or thing that the game of the moment required and that was merely, thanks to my superior, my exalted stamp, a happy and highly distinguished sinecure.
If, then, to meanest mariners, and renegades and castaways, I shall hereafter ascribe high qualities, though dark; weave round them tragic graces; if even the most mournful, perchance the most abased, among them all, shall at times lift himself to the exalted mounts; if I shall touch that workman's arm with some ethereal light; if I shall spread a rainbow over his disastrous set of sun; then against all mortal critics bear me out in it, thou just spirit of equality, which hast spread one royal mantle of humanity over all my kind
If hereafter any highly cultured, poetical nation shall lure back to their birth-right, the merry May-day gods of old; and livingly enthrone them again in the now egotistical sky; in the now unhaunted hill; then be sure, exalted to Jove's high seat, the great Sperm Whale shall lord it.
I refer to 'chief' surgeons; but considering the exalted positions occupied by our clients, it will be well and decorous that each of us appoint several consulting surgeons, from among the highest in the profession.
In Missouri a recognized superiority attached to any person who hailed from Old Virginia; and this superiority was exalted to supremacy when a person of such nativity could also prove descent from the First Families of that great commonwealth.
Since I had ascertained that Rosamond really preferred him, and that her father was not likely to oppose the match, I--less exalted in my views than St.
He knew enough of the world to know that there is nothing in it better than the faithful service of the heart; so rendered and so free from any mercenary taint, he had such an exalted respect for it, that in the retributive arrangements made by his own mind--we all make such arrangements, more or less-- he stationed Miss Pross much nearer to the lower Angels than many ladies immeasurably better got up both by Nature and Art, who had balances at Tellson's.
And now two smaller Cratchits, boy and girl, came tearing in, screaming that outside the baker's they had smelt the e the baker's they had smelt the goose, and known it for their own; and basking in luxurious thoughts of sage and onion, these young Cratchits danced about the table, and exalted Master Peter Cratchit to the skies, while he (not proud, although his collars nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan-lid to be let out and peeled.
We were all extremely glad to see Traddles so put down, and exalted Steerforth to the skies: especially when he told us, as he condescended to do, that what he had done had been done expressly for us, and for our cause; and that he had conferred a great boon upon us by unselfishly doing it.
That swindling Pumblechook, exalted into the beneficent contriver of the whole occasion, actually took the top of the table; and, when he addressed them on the subject of my being bound, and had fiendishly congratulated them on my being liable to imprisonment if I played at cards, drank strong liquors, kept late hours or bad company, or indulged in other vagaries which the form of my indentures appeared to contemplate as next to inevitable, he placed me standing on a chair beside him, to illustrate his remarks.