English words and Examples of Usage
use "exalt" in a sentence
May Allah exalt
the days of his governing and reign.
Every year in March a few gastronomic days are made to exalt
the product, which have great reception from the audie
The unhappy people were in no mood to exalt
his virtues, and, for the description of
Rebellion With Chinese rule growing intolerably exacting
, and the policy of forcible assimilation into the Chinese mold, Thi Sách made a stand against the Chinese.
Westheimer, Mitchell Louis from the Handbook of Texas Online Founding W. St. john Garwood and Alan Lake Chidsey 's dreams of creating a "school of exacting
standards" in Houston became a reality at the end of World War II.
Filming session lasted seven hours, and the work was exacting
The Sassanids were becoming as efficient in siege warfare as the Romans, capturing and sacking a number of cities as part of a larger goal of exacting tribute
and land from the Byzantines.
After a hard and exacting
siege, Charles of Anjou preserve
d the Muslim colony
, confirming it in all of its existing privileges, in exchange for the payment of a heavy levy.
The latter, whose standards were notorious
, was not uncritical of Louis-Lucien's methods of dialect research.
The numerous duties that attached to them
were not permitted to interfere with the exacting
regime of his holy life.
They visit Grace, who claims that Mary, or rather her "life force", is exacting
revenge on the children of the five people involved in the kidnappings but can't (or won't) reveal the names of the perpetrators.
True to character, Vijayaraje proved an exacting
and somewhat martinet pare
nt; she expected her children to meet her own idealised standards of lifestyle and behavior.
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Window cleaners have an accident
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