elated

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Never since the war began had Dick felt so elated as he did that morning.

Mr. Torrance is elated to share a secret with Roger about which mother is not to know.

Another voice, stalwart, elated, cut through it like a sword.

He was as elated as I, but I forgot the past long, long siege, while he remembered it.

Leicester was extremely pleased and elated with these honors.

Had she spoken ever so clearly he was, I take it, too elated to hear her distinctly.

But he dismissed my caution with a laugh and an elated gesture.

It gives an author—goodness only knows why—an elated sense of his own superiority.

"I would if I were you, father," said Tom, elated at the effect of his words.

The Laniers are elated but puzzled at their release from Calcutta imprisonment.

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