An example of extol is to loudly and passionately sing songs of worship.
transitive verb-·tolled′, -·tol′ling
Origin of extolMiddle English extollen from Classical Latin extollere, to raise up from ex-, out, up + tollere, to raise: see tolerate
transitive verbex·tolled, ex·tol·ling, ex·tols, also ex·tolled ex·toll·ing ex·tolls
Origin of extolMiddle English extollen from Latin extollere to lift up, praise ex- up from ; see ex- . tollere to lift ; see telə- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present extols, present participle extolling, simple past and past participle extolled)
- To praise; to make high.