extoll
transitive verb see extol

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • extoll — variant of EXTOL (Cf. extol) …   Etymology dictionary

  • extoll — [ɪk stəʊl] (D; tr.) to extoll as (they were extolled as heroes) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Extoll — …   Wikipedia

  • extoll — ex|toll [ ık stoul ] an American spelling of extol …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • extoll — v. exalt, glorify, praise, laud …   English contemporary dictionary

  • extoll — ex·toll …   English syllables

  • extoll — transitive verb see extol …   Useful english dictionary

  • extoll the virtues of someone — extoll the virtues of (someone/something) formal to praise the good qualities of someone or something. He wrote several magazine articles extolling the virtues of country life …   New idioms dictionary

  • extoll the virtues of something — extoll the virtues of (someone/something) formal to praise the good qualities of someone or something. He wrote several magazine articles extolling the virtues of country life …   New idioms dictionary

  • extoll the virtues of — (someone/something) formal to praise the good qualities of someone or something. He wrote several magazine articles extolling the virtues of country life …   New idioms dictionary

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