exaltation (Meaning)

Wordnet

exaltation (n)

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

the location of a planet in the zodiac at which it is believed to exert its maximum influence

a flock of larks (especially a flock of larks in flight overhead)

the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god)

Webster

exaltation (n.)

The act of exalting or raising high; also, the state of being exalted; elevation.

The refinement or subtilization of a body, or the increasing of its virtue or principal property.

That place of a planet in the zodiac in which it was supposed to exert its strongest influence.

An abnormal sense of personal well-being, power, or importance, -- a symptom observed in various forms of insanity.

exaltation Sentence Examples

  1. The crowd erupted in exaltation as the winning team stepped onto the field.
  2. She felt a surge of exaltation as she crossed the finish line, knowing she had achieved her goal.
  3. The poet's words brought about a sense of exaltation in the reader's heart.
  4. The congregation sang hymns with exaltation, praising God's love and mercy.
  5. The soldiers experienced a moment of exaltation as they marched into battle, filled with courage and determination.
  6. The child's eyes sparkled with exaltation as he played with his new toy.
  7. The politician's speech was met with exaltation by the crowd, who cheered and applauded his words.
  8. The artist felt a sense of exaltation as they put the finishing touches on their masterpiece.
  9. The scientist's discovery filled him with exaltation, knowing that he had made a significant contribution to the field.
  10. The mountain climber felt a sense of exaltation as they reached the summit, taking in the breathtaking view.

FAQs About the word exaltation

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dethronement, deposition, expulsion, deposition, overthrow, discharge, ouster, dismissal, impeachment, dismissal

The crowd erupted in exaltation as the winning team stepped onto the field.

She felt a surge of exaltation as she crossed the finish line, knowing she had achieved her goal.

The poet's words brought about a sense of exaltation in the reader's heart.

The congregation sang hymns with exaltation, praising God's love and mercy.