Over the next decade, it will decisively lose its exalted status.
But whether the Obama presidency, and not just his election, earns an exalted place in history obviously remains to be seen.
He was raised from the dead and exalted to the right hand of God in heaven, soon to return to judge the world.
Most people find her “a little disturbing,” on account of her “red and exalted face and her outlandish clothes.”
But rather than hiding away in a dark monastery to repent, Cardinal Law is instead an exalted member of Vatican inner circles.
She adores him, but her standard of perfection is so exalted few can attain it.
She was old, plain, unsought; the man she exalted was the flower of his kind.
She, herself, assumed her most serious and exalted expression.
The minor virtues are not to be despised, even in comparison with the most exalted.
Men of great learning and exalted position struck mighty blows at the root of the evil.
to fill with joy; to elate
Latin ex- + altus 'high'