exhilaration : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the feeling of lively and cheerful joy

  • But any sense of exhilaration at the achievement was dampened by the nagging anxiety of claustrophobia.
  • She missed the water, the exhilaration of soaring through the air and sliding into the tank with barely a ripple.
  • Because nothing should detract from the emotional truth of the moment, the magnitude of Norwood's loss, the exhilaration of al-Souhail's ballot.
News & Articles


  • Robert Davila in Forbes
    In all my years of professional service, I never faced a more difficult burden than the one I assumed in January,Davila said. "But neither have I experienced the exhilaration on receiving the news of our upgrade."
  • Chris McCarron in International Herald Tribune
    I miss it, oh yeah, I do,McCarron said. "More than ever, actually. The camaraderie, the excitement, the exhilaration, just the thought of going out there and riding again is very exciting."
  • Walt Disney in SYS-CON Media
    Commenting on the announcement, Mark Zoradi , president, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group, said, "Seeing the Disney Digital 3D(TM) Jonas Bros film in IMAX 3D is the ultimate way to experience the excitement and exhilaration of the group's...

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