What is mean by extolled?

What is mean by extolled?

: to praise highly : glorify.

What does extolled mean in the Bible?

If you extol something, you praise it very highly. The Bible says: “Now I, Nebuchadnezzar, praise and extol and honor the King of heaven…” Nebuchadnezzar II was king of the second Babylonian Empire, the one who sent the Jews into exile. In some translations of the Bible, the word honor is replaced with glorify.

Is it extol or extoll?

Extol is the preferred spelling of a verb which means to praise lavishly or to glorify. When one extols a person’s virtues, one speaks of that person in heroic terms.

Can you extol someone?

If you extol something or someone, you praise them enthusiastically. Now experts are extolling the virtues of the humble potato.

How do you use extolled in a sentence?

Extolled sentence example

  1. The climate was extolled for its excellence, and the land for its fertility.
  2. But the fringe of coast-land from Trebizond westward is one of the most beautiful parts of Asia Minor and is justly extolled by Strabo for its wonderful productiveness.

What is a sandbagger slang?

If someone deliberately misleads you to get what they want, they’re a sandbagger. If you pretend not to know how to play pool so your opponent will bet money on a game, you’re a sandbagger. Sandbaggers deceive others about their real intentions or abilities, or otherwise use deception to gain something.

What does revere mean in the Bible?

revere, reverence, venerate, worship, adore mean to honor and admire profoundly and respectfully. revere stresses deference and tenderness of feeling.

How do you use extol?

Extol in a Sentence 🔉

  1. Because Helen and Gina were jealous of their sister’s good fortune, they did not extol her when she won the academic scholarship.
  2. I got angry when my mother would extol my brother’s accomplishments and ignore all the good things I did.

What is the noun of extol?

extoller. One who extols. Synonyms: lauder.

What is the past tense of extol?

extol ​Definitions and Synonyms

present tense
he/she/it extols
present participle extolling
past tense extolled
past participle extolled

What is an example of extol?

Derivative Words It is used when subjects he, she, or it are committing acts of praise. Example: The father extols his daughter’s dancing at her recitals. Extolled: This verb is used when one extols in the past tense. Example: She extolled her children for their help during dinner.