Usage examples for exalted

  1. A generous, frank, and exalted sentiment sparkled in her eyes, and animated her manner. – A Sicilian Romance by Ann Radcliffe
  2. His experiences at Falling Waters had given him no exalted notion of the enemy's prowess, and he was ready to engage them single- handed. – Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War by G. F. R. Henderson
  3. " If I appear just as poor as they are, I shall never be able to keep my exalted position as queen. – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  4. Its degrees are infinite while its extremes are represented by Venus Pandemos and Venus Urania- ordinary passion and exalted affection. – Historia Amoris: A History of Love, Ancient and Modern by Edgar Saltus
  5. Clearly the professor had settled in his own mind just what lay before them, and nothing short of the Lost City of the Aztecs would come anywhere near satisfying that exalted ideal. – The Lost City by Joseph E. Badger, Jr.
  6. With that humble fur exhibited in the club- room, the Tarasconians, and, at the back of them, the whole South of France, had grown exalted. – Tartarin of Tarascon by Alphonse Daudet
  7. Walpole approved of the Test Act no more than Hoadley did, although the spirit of his objection to it was far less positive and less exalted than that of Hoadley. – A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4) by Justin McCarthy
  8. As he stood there in the bare kitchen- he and Stephen there under the light of the jumping candle- with the rain beating on the panes, the trees of the wood bending to the wind, he was seized, exalted, transformed with a sense of the vigour, the adventure, the surprising energy of life. – Fortitude by Hugh Walpole
  9. Indeed, she esteemed no person warmly whom she did no think exalted by their virtues above the common race of mankind. – Thaddeus of Warsaw by Jane Porter
  10. For these exalted purposes the Constitution was framed, and the Union established; and the Constitution and the Union will remain as long as these exalted purposes, with any considerable share of fidelity, are secured. – Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions by George S. Boutwell
  11. At an early age he had attained, by his own merit, the highest rank to which an officer could be advanced: he had fully established a character equally exalted for courage and professional talent; and having been, wherever Fortune had placed him, always in the best society, his manners as a gentleman were no less elegant than his person, which was tall and graceful, while his handsome features denoted a heart susceptible of the dictates both of humanity and love. – Memoirs and Correspondence of Admiral Lord de Saumarez, Vol. I by Sir John Ross
  12. Buddesby claimed to be nothing more than a farmhouse of a rather exalted type. – The Imaginary Marriage by Henry St. John Cooper
  13. And in all this Paris was exalted, together with the future that was being prepared within it, and which would wing its flight over the world bright like the dawn of day. – Paris From the "Three Cities" by Emile Zola
  14. " Well, certainly, our exalted sovereign, who loves his royal brothers so warmly, would not have cast shame upon their honor. – Berlin and Sans-Souci by Louise Muhlbach
  15. Judge the statement made by the ordinary standards, apart from their claimed exalted origin. – Genuine Mediumship or The Invisible Powers by Bhakta Vishita
  16. Was there any man so fitted to be exalted in the world, so sure to fill a high place with honour, as her lover? – Cousin Henry by Anthony Trollope
  17. Now you want to have none but wealthy and exalted people for friends... – Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things by Lafcadio Hearn
  18. With the money he received he bought materials for the " New Time," and what was left he threw away, in his more exalted moments, from the top of his high stairs. – Pelle the Conqueror, Vol. 2 by Martin Anderson Nexo
  19. " I think her position a very exalted one," said his daughter warmly. – Without a Home by E. P. Roe
  20. Oh, dear Mamma, can he want friends Who writes for such exalted ends? – Life And Letters Of John Gay (1685-1732) by Lewis Melville