adjective as in stimulating, cheering
And, even better, because the Maverick X3 comes in multiple four-seater options, everyone in the family can enjoy the exhilarating ride.
He is a deadly scorer, though not necessarily an exhilarating one.
It’s exhilarating to know that what we learn five years from now may not even be invented or created yet.
This week’s great value is an exhilarating pinot grigio from the mountains of northern Italy, paired with another that’s a bit more conventional though hardly boring.
These pads can also serve as a fun floating mechanism, turning a meager rapid into something much more exhilarating.
For me, the research process was long but fairly exhilarating.
What was something that funny and exhilarating that I have experienced?
Watching the American support in the stands has been almost as exhilarating as watching the play.
Still, when it comes to neutrinos, the stakes are exhilarating: Why does the sun shine?
Every minute has the high drama of first love, only far more exhilarating.
They already furnish an exhilarating example of the difference between free governments and despotic misrule.
There was something strangely exhilarating in the air and the dusty office smelt of salt-pork and cheese.
It was a perfectly exhilarating experience to walk about on real earth once more.
Apparently we have this exhilarating entertainment all to ourselves, for the rest of the fifteen passengers have not appeared.
The nervous impulse that reaches the brain through the eye may be either exhilarating or depressing.
On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exhilarating, such as: breathtaking, exciting, inspiring, intoxicating, invigorating, and rousing.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.