exhilarated[ ig-zil-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhilarated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHILARATED
Imagination was the bread that gave me strength, the wine that exhilarated.
He was so alive, so exhilarated with the sense of being alive.
Our success in crushing the first attack had exhilarated us.
Prinsep, Woolner, and Palgrave, shows how exhilarated he could be by wind and sea.
It was not the sum which he had received that exhilarated him.
He was so exhilarated over this feat that he was emboldened to pursue the subject.
He is so surprised and exhilarated that he tries it again before he loses his nerve.
He was exhilarated, as when in battle he sensed his opponent was weakening.
"I cannot say that the Saeter expedition has exhilarated any of you," remarked Knutty.
The buying of that guide-book had exhilarated him astonishingly.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EXHILARATED
- can't complain
- floating on air
- pleased as punch
- tickled pink
- tickled to death