KJV Dictionary Definition: extol


EXTOL', v.t. L. extollo; ex and tollo, to raise.

To raise in words or eulogy; to praise; to exalt in commendation; to magnify. We extol virtues, noble exploits, and heroism. Men are too much disposed to extol the rich and despise the poor.

Extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name Jah. Ps. 68.


EXTOL'LED, ppr. Exalted in commendation; praised; magnified.


EXTOL'LER, n. One who praises or magnifies; a praiser or magnifier.


EXTOL'LING, ppr. Praising; exalting by praise or commendation; magnifying.