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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of exhilarate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. elated, in high spirits, and envigorated. Opposite of
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- adj. made joyful
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Upon his return he felt "exhilarated" by the new mood that had swept over the country.
And so, in my limited experience, it's hard to get "exhilarated" by the prospect of a rare disease in front of a patient.
Did you dread going down there, or were you kind of exhilarated by it?
They were moving with the kind of exhilarated breathless urgency people show after a short fast dash through heavy rain.
I know that tonight we're kind of exhilarated about the effectiveness of our troops and they are the best troops we've ever had.
Ruberwa said Mugabe's re-election had "exhilarated" the government, warning: "We are approaching dark days".
An "exhilarated" Tony Abbott is this morning resting after completing an ironman triathlon in just under 14 hours in Port Macquarie on the New South Wales mid-north coast.
Despite cold, Elis in D.C. 'exhilarated' at inauguration
And we do not need the likes of Esther Rantzen telling us that we are "exhilarated" by violence.
The clash of steel, the slide of sweaty, slippery bodies, the wild life of it all, it exhilarated Raphael.