Synonyms of 'exalted'
I seldom move in such exalted circles.
Every one of them is controlled by the families of high officials.
grand, , ,
She's too busy with her grand new friends to bother with us now.
Although he was of noble birth he lived as a poor man.
It's one of the most prestigious schools in the country.
the august surroundings of the Liberal Club
His new job has given him a certain elevated status.
an eminent public figure
He conducted the interview in a dignified and professional manner.
a light, lofty apartment
I don't think of poetry as an exalted calling, as some poets do.
She had the look of someone exalted by an excess of joy.
I was elated by my success.
inspired, , ,
Garcia played like a man inspired.
Everyone became more animated.
uplifted, , ,
a smile so radiant that he felt uplifted by it
He was ecstatic about the birth of his first child.
I was jubilant after making an impressive comeback.
We're a very joyful people.
over the moon (informal),
We were both over the moon to hear the news.
a blissful smile
The conference greeted the speech with rapturous applause.
We were exultant over the team's unexpected win.
in high spirits,
on cloud nine (informal), ,
in seventh heaven,
He's been in seventh heaven since he met her.
(informal) He has an exalted idea of his own importance.
They had an inflated idea of how good they were.
the alleged use of excessive force by police
Be sceptical of exaggerated claims for what these products can do.
He talked a lot of pretentious twaddle about modern art.
The reporting of the story was fair, though a little overblown.
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in the sense of animated
interesting and livelyEveryone became more animated.
in the sense of august
dignified and imposingthe august surroundings of the Liberal Club
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