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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.
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In it, he ranges from the health of the humanities to Cardinal Newman's inspiring vision of what the humanities do to bring out the best and the most exaltedly human in each of us.
He finds himself associating his pain with the camp and, by extension, with the tired soldiers he met and with the war itself: "wounds against wounds, or the compromised, the particular taxed condition, at the least, against all the rest of the debt then so generally and enormously due, one [that is, James] was no less exaltedly than wastefully engaged in the common fact of endurance" (Notes 317-18).
I often wonder about people who vehemently advocate for the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and adamantly affix and raise American flags to porches and house lawns and exaltedly wave them atop their speeding cars and pickup trucks.
As we know, Peckova is able by means of darker registers to attain in Mahler's music the feeling of being persistently and exaltedly pulled into the piece's atmosphere, the feeling of cogency and exaltation.