Elevated in rank, character, or status.(adjective)
Lofty; sublime; noble: an exalted dedication to liberty. (adjective)
Exaggerated; inflated: He has an exalted sense of his importance to the project. (adjective)
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Use "exalted" in a sentence
"Mostly Shaharrazad is trying to gain "exalted" status with Orgrimmar and the Darkspear trolls."
"Merja women were described as exalted and beautiful, of mythical personal strength, so much so that if a Merjan village was attacked, the women made themselves drown in the river with their jewels and children, in order not to be subjected to robbery or despoiling."
"He was knighted, and began to move in exalted social circles, hobnobbing with the grand and wealthy (Prince Metternich was a particular favourite), and writing long, excited letters to Wolff about it all."