exalt, exult

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exalt (ig ZAWLT)
1. To glorify and to praise: “The songs they sang each morning served to exalt the beauty of the day.”
2. To raise in rank, character, or status: “His reputation for good works will exalt his character in the eyes of his neighbors.”
exult (ig ZULT)
To be in high spirits or to rejoice greatly: “I could only exult at the good news from my publisher.”
The decision to exalt the memory of the former mayor, for her contribution to the community, caused many of the older citizens to exult about the power and influence of senior citizens.

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