EXTOL: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for EXTOL?

Need another word that means the same as “extol”? Find 21 synonyms and 30 related words for “extol” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Extol” are: exalt, glorify, laud, proclaim, praise enthusiastically, go into raptures about, go into raptures over, wax lyrical about, sing the praises of, praise to the skies, heap praise on, eulogize, rhapsodize over, rave about, enthuse about, enthuse over, gush about, gush over, throw bouquets at, express delight over, acclaim

Extol as a Verb

Definitions of "Extol" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “extol” as a verb can have the following definitions:

  • Praise, glorify, or honor.
  • Praise enthusiastically.

Synonyms of "Extol" as a verb (21 Words)

acclaimPraise vociferously.
The conference was acclaimed as a considerable success.
enthuse aboutUtter with enthusiasm.
enthuse overCause to feel enthusiasm.
eulogizePraise highly in speech or writing.
He was eulogized as a rock star.
exaltThink or speak very highly of (someone or something.
Exalted the humble shoemaker to the rank of King s adviser.
express delight overServe as a means for expressing something.
glorifyPraise glorify or honor.
Music is used to glorify God.
go into raptures aboutHave a particular form.
go into raptures overTo be spent or finished.
gush aboutPraise enthusiastically.
gush overGush forth in a sudden stream or jet.
heap praise onArrange in stacks.
laudPraise, glorify, or honor.
The obituary lauded him as a great statesman and soldier.
praise enthusiasticallyExpress approval of.
praise to the skiesExpress approval of.
proclaimState or announce.
The King will proclaim an amnesty.
rave aboutParticipate in an all-night techno dance party.
rhapsodize overRecite a rhapsody.
sing the praises ofProduce tones with the voice.
throw bouquets atGet rid of.
wax lyrical aboutGo up or advance.

Usage Examples of "Extol" as a verb

  • Extol the virtues of one's children.
  • He extolled the virtues of the Russian peoples.

Associations of "Extol" (30 Words)

acclaimClap one’s hands or shout after performances to indicate approval.
The conference was acclaimed as a considerable success.
acclamationLoud and enthusiastic approval.
The tackle brought the supporters to their feet in acclamation.
admireRegard with respect or warm approval.
I admire your courage.
adulationServile flattery; exaggerated and hypocritical praise.
He found it difficult to cope with the adulation of the fans.
adulatoryExcessively praising or admiring.
The tone here is adulatory and uncritical.
applaudShow approval or praise by clapping.
The crowd whistled and applauded.
applauseApproval or praise expressed by clapping.
They gave him a round of applause.
clapClap one s hands together.
The children were clapping to the music.
clappingA demonstration of approval by clapping the hands together.
commendPresent as suitable for approval or acceptance recommend.
He was commended by the judge for his courageous actions.
commendableDeserving praise.
He showed commendable restraint.
complimentA polite expression of praise or admiration.
The manager was heard to compliment the other team s good play.
congratulatePride or congratulate oneself for an achievement.
He had taken the chance to congratulate him on his marriage.
eclatCeremonial elegance and splendor.
Entered with much eclat in a coach drawn by eight white horses.
encomiumA speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly.
enthusiasticallyIn a lavish or enthusiastic manner.
The report was enthusiastically welcomed by all groups.
eulogisticFormally expressing praise.
eulogizePraise highly in speech or writing.
A plaque that eulogizes the workers.
eulogyA formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently.
A eulogy to the Queen Mother.
flatter(of a colour or a style of clothing) cause (someone) to appear to the best advantage.
She was flattering him in order to avoid doing what he wanted.
kudosAn expression of approval and commendation.
She was looking for kudos rather than profit.
All glory laud and honour to Thee Redeemer King.
laudableWorthy of high praise.
Laudable though the aim might be the results have been criticized.
ovationEnthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause.
The performance received a thundering ovation.
paeanA creative work expressing enthusiastic praise.
A paean of praise for the great poets.
panegyricA formal expression of praise.
A panegyric on the pleasures of malt whisky.
plauditAn expression of praise or approval.
The network has received plaudits for its sports coverage.
praiseThe expression of respect and gratitude as an act of worship.
The parents praised their children for their academic performance.
thunderousExtremely ominous.
Robin s thunderous mood hadn t lightened.
tributeAn act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration.
A tribute show.

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