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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exhilarate.

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Examples

  • And if you happen to need a jolt to your beach-softened brain this summer, according to the great Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder, mint exhilarates and awakens the mind.

    We All Need a Hint of Mint

  • While McClure-the-writer claims that her first failure and ultimately successful trans-Atlantic row brought her peace, understanding and true love, it is McClure-the-adventurer driven to row 14 hour days on violent seas day after day after day in a vast solitude, fighting storm after storm -- strong, resourceful, alone, competent and utterly complete within herself -- who exhilarates and inspires.

    A Pearl in the Storm: Summary and book reviews of A Pearl in the Storm by Tori Murden McClure.

  • Together, we were able to create a magnetic message through movement that exhilarates and resonates with people all over the globe.

    Jeffrey Page: Dance Will Save the World

  • That principle enraptures and exhilarates her ever-growing base.

    Ami Fields-Meyer: Leaving God at the Door -- Why Michele Bachmann Needs to Reaffirm Kennedy's Promise

  • It displays all Nabokov's strengths with a youthful audacity that still exhilarates. 5.

    Books: Eric Kraft

  • Draft hoopla exhilarates Oden's, Conley's moms - USATODAY. com

    Draft hoopla exhilarates Oden's, Conley's moms

  • Perfect satisfaction is seldom loquacious; its character is rather tender than gay; and where happiness succeeds abruptly to long solicitude and sorrow, its enjoyment is fearful; it softens rather than exhilarates.

    Camilla

  • The obelisk still exhilarates us with its purity, self-confidence and heroic individuality.

    The Road to the Monument

  • [3185] A clear air cheers up the spirits, exhilarates the mind; a thick, black, misty, tempestuous, contracts, overthrows.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dancing is very agreeable; it is useful to the body; it exhilarates the mind; it does no harm to any one; but do not imagine that Pomona and Vertumnus are much pleased at your having jumped in honor of them, and that they may punish you for having failed to jump.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

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