Science / Astrology / Exalted: The term used to describe a planet that is placed in its sign of exaltation, the sign, other than its one of dignity (natural rulership), in which it functions most smoothly because of the harmonious relationship between planet and sign.

Other Words for Exalted

Exalted Verb Synonyms: elevated, lofty, high, eminent, notable, noted, prominent, famous, famed, celebrated, distinguished, dignified, honoured, prestigious, glorified, sublime, grand
Exalted Adjective Synonyms: elated, excited, exultant, ecstatic, jubilant, overjoyed, joyful, rapturous, transported, blissful, happy, joyous, in seventh heaven, uplifted, on cloud nine, over the moon


Entertainment / Literature / Humanism: A Renaissance intellectual and artistic movement triggered by a 'rediscovery' of classical Greek and Roman language, culture and literature. The term was coined in the sixteenth century from 'studia h MORE


Business / Finance / Hubris: What is your market in a particular stock? See: Quotation. MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Arête: The Greek term arête implies a humble and constant striving for perfection and self-improvement combined with a realistic awareness that such perfection cannot be reached. As long as an individual st MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Burlesque: A work that ridicules a topic by treating something exalted as if it were trivial or vice-versa. See also parody and travesty. MORE


Science / Astrology / Antipathy: Inharmonious relations between planets, which rule or are exalted in opposite signs. Also, conflict between the natal horoscope of two people corresponding with the aversion they feel for each other. MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Hyperbaton: A generic term for changing the normal or expected order of words--including anastrophe, tmesis, hypallage, and other figures of speech. E.g.,'One ad does not a survey make.' The term comes from the G MORE