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extol, extoll (verb); extols, extolls; extolled; extolling
1. To praise highly; to laud; to eulogize: Professor Stanley extolled the wonderful contributions to the linguistics section of the university that were made by his retiring colleague.
2. To commend, to glorify, or to honor: The health benefits of exercising have been extolled by the elderly couple who have been attending a fitness studio for years and going for walks on many occasions.

To express warm approval.
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