exhilaration

[ ig-zil-uh-rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhilaration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHILARATION

It was an exhilaration even to look at that embodiment of physical development.

A single glass of champagne imparts a feeling of exhilaration.

Then, from an undercurrent of exhilaration, it occurred to her that she had never laughed so in all these years.

Words cannot express the feeling of exhilaration that comes to one at such a time.

The use of symbols has a certain power of emancipation and exhilaration for all men.

This brightness of eye, that seemed all exhilaration, was it not trepidation instead?

Their cheeks were glowing and their eyes sparkling with the exhilaration of their ride.

Madame Beattie was dressed and in a high state of exhilaration.

Suddenly (for her) all the day seemed to have lost its exhilaration.

He felt the quick spring from his supporting hand, and it was an instant of exhilaration.

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