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Exalted vs Exulted

Exalted vs Exulted. The executive exulted when he learned he had been promoted to a more exalted position. They exulted when they saw the ErrNET results!

Exalted is (of a person or their rank or status) placed at a high or powerful level; held in high regard. (of an idea) noble; lofty.

Exulted is to show or feel a lively or triumphant joy; rejoice exceedingly; be highly elated or jubilant.

Because of their similar spellings and pronunciations, exalted and exulted are often misused in English writing. These words will never be misused in your writing with ErrNET proofreading technology on board!

Exalted sentence examples:

It took years of hard work and discipline but she finally achieved her exalted rank.

The support he received for his humanitarian efforts invigorated his exalted pursuits for human progress.

Romanticism liberated the imagination and created exalted emotions.

His stellar military record was the most plausible reason that he was so promptly promoted to such an exalted position.

His major scientific discovery gained a lot of attention by the press and he was lauded for his exalted contribution to mankind.

His heroic efforts on the battlefield brought him medals of honor and an exalted position in the military.

Exulted sentence examples:

The grammar school student exulted when she received a perfect score on his spelling test.

Everyone at the LGBT headquarters exulted when President Obama passed the law making same-sex marriage legal in all fifty US states.

All of France exulted and celebrated for weeks when they were liberated from German control during World War II.

All of the employees at the biotechnology company exulted when they received the news that the drug, which took them ten years to develop, received final FDA approval for distribution.

She exulted when the lawyer called to tell her that her divorce was finalized and that she was finally free.



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