We dethrone the heroes of the day and exalt new ones in the journals and popular media.
In both the ruling and opposition camps, there are people who tirelessly exalt political unification and economic integration.
We economists emphasize efficiency over equity, glorify greed, and exalt the achievements of free markets, to name just a few.
The honeymoon is still in full swing, and the media will continue to exalt him until the first signs that his spree is producing results.
The poets exalt you with their hymns - you whose undertakings are ever successful.
Your highness, even with our humble spread, we cannot think to exalt ourselves and sit by your majesty.
We are talking about people who exalt the effort to preserve slavery.
Sin always magnifies the wrong thing and tries to exalt what is insignificant.
Isaiah 14 talks about Lucifer wanting to exalt his throne above the throne of God.
They always exalt Christ and clearly speak of the preacher's deep spiritual knowledge of his Saviour.