elation[ ih-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF elation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELATION
Pat's elation lasted him overnight and even well on into the next day.
My father is a man who seldom gives way to any elation of mind.
Tom returned, with eyes shining, and cheeks flushed with elation.
This gave him no elation, because he had taken it for granted she would receive him.
Ah, that day of the 18th of March, the elation and enthusiasm that it aroused in Maurice!
“That will do for this time,” she said, in some elation, as she handed the gun to Huntington.
“Look at them,” he cried in a voice that was high-pitched with elation.
She was taking a chance, and she knew it––knew it with a curious sense of elation.
From the depths of despondency, I rose to the peaks of elation.
There is no elation in defeating a driver who lies out on the course.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ELATION
- a rush
- head rush
- high spirits