Word of the Week: Exalted

ex·alt·ed /iɡˈzôltəd/, adjective: 1. (of someone or something) raised or elevated in rank, power, or character; held in high regard “I think teaching should be an exalted profession, not a picked-on profession.” Charles Schumer, 1950 – “We are made for larger ends than Earth can encompass. Oh, let us be true to our exalted destiny.” Catherine Booth, 1829 – 1890 2. in a state of extreme happiness The sun as it’s halted Miraculously exalted Resumes its descent Incandescent. poem by: Stéphane Mallarmé, 1842 – 1898