elate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v fill with high spirits; fill with optimism
- Neither the pursuit of records nor the fact that he is the most successful driver in the 22-year his tory of organized drag racing seems to elate him.
- Such discoveries elate doctors like Barondes.
- He is onstage perhaps half as much as the actress who plays Anna, the Englishwoman who educates the King's children; and of the half-dozen songs that still elate the memory (Hello .
News & Articles
- Chuck McGill: Stats tell a story for improved Marshall defense
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Visiting Conference USA football newcomer UTSA put points on the scoreboard on two of 12 possessions against Marshall on Saturday. So why, then, did one of those scoring "drives" elate first-year Herd defensive co...
Oct. 7, 2013 - Charleston Daily Mail
- Elvis Costello in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
One lives in hope that music is more than mere noise, filling up idle time, whether intending to elate or lament,Costello wrote in a message posted on his Web site, in which he discussed his decision to cancel his June 30 and June 31 Tel Aviv...
- Milton Street in CBS 3
Man, this guy's the Watermelon Man. Michael Nutter cannot elate to the people who need him most,said Street on 610 WIP.