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synonyms for elating

  • exhilarate
  • cheer
  • encourage
  • gladden
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antonyms for elating

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  • depress
  • discourage
  • dissuade
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How to use elating in a sentence

However that might be, a sudden, elating thought caused him an intense joy.
ROADS OF DESTINYO. HENRY
The contrast now, instead of elating her, simply accentuated her reminiscence of guilt.
TOO OLD FOR DOLLSANTHONY MARIO LUDOVICI
The extreme kindness and cordiality of these two was very pleasing to me, though rather elating.
HENRY MARTYN SAINT AND SCHOLARGEORGE SMITH
To paint as they did was an intoxication, subtler and stronger than a drug and more elating than young love.
MODERN PAINTING, ITS TENDENCY AND MEANINGWILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT
In sacred canticles, some airs are for elating the heart into raptures, others to restore the mind to its former tranquillity.
THE TRAINING OF A PUBLIC SPEAKERGRENVILLE KLEISER
Scared Brinnaria was, but even through her worst qualms of panic she was uplifted by an elating sense of her own importance.
THE UNWILLING VESTALEDWARD LUCAS WHITE
The little sacred procession marches past, to the sound of music that is more elating than mournful.
A NORTHERN COUNTRYSIDEROSALIND RICHARDS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ELATING

  • advantageous
  • arousing
  • beneficial
  • bright
  • cheerful
  • cheering
  • conducive
  • convenient
  • elating
  • encouraging
  • enlivening
  • exciting
  • expeditious
  • fair
  • favorable
  • fine
  • fit
  • flattering
  • fortunate
  • golden
  • good
  • gracious
  • halcyon
  • heartening
  • helpful
  • inspiring
  • inspiriting
  • likely
  • lucky
  • opportune
  • pleasant
  • pleasing
  • probable
  • promiseful
  • propitious
  • providential
  • reasonable
  • reassuring
  • roseate
  • rosy
  • rousing
  • stirring
  • suitable
  • sunny
  • timely
  • uplifting
  • well-timed
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