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    extol

    extol - Dictionary definition and meaning for word extol

    Definition
    (verb) praise, glorify, or honor
    Synonyms : exalt , glorify , laud , proclaim
    Example Sentence
    • extol the virtues of one's children
    • glorify one's spouse's cooking
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for extol

Extol = Ex + Tol. My EX-Girlfriend always praised the 'Tall' guys highly in front of me. And so our relationship ended!

you pay TOLL tax to cross a glorious praiseworthy Bay bridge in SFO

extol - exTALL - make somebody TALL with praise.

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think of EXtra TOLl tax collected from u by PRAISING the worli sea link...

EXALT <> EXOLT

the minister was EXTOLLED as he masde the TOLL tax EX (past)

being EXtra TOL(tall) is a matter of PRAISE

EX (give out, gift) a sTOLe in "praise" of someone.

extol: ex= extra, tal= talk, talking excess about someone is praising them./ (or) Ex exta, tol = toll fee, you praise a lot the toll gate watchman to let you go with paying a extra penny

to make sth excel//

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