Thesaurus / exhilaration

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

It gave us the exhilaration of speed and allowed us to see the world from a totally different perspective.
Then, from an undercurrent of exhilaration, it occurred to her that she had never laughed so in all these years.
TIVERTON TALESALICE BROWN
Now that this plan of action was clearly outlined, he began to feel the exhilaration of the race.
CARRY ON!HERBERT STRANG
There was an agreeable sense of buoyancy and exhilaration in the air.
I have never elsewhere experienced so cool and perfect an exhilaration,—physical exhilaration, that is.
And what is exhilaration in the dry tree may be sustained working keenness in the green.
INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGEWALTER J. CLARK
It was a feeling of excitement, awe, exhilaration and dread combined.
The sense of exhilaration which follows small doses of alcohol has been mistaken for real strength and increase of vitality.
I am living till four, when I can have the exhilaration of reciting my breathless experiences to your sympathetic ear.
Let my brain go into the wastebasket for the sake of an hour or so of exhilaration?

WORDS RELATED TO EXHILARATION

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