One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A feeling of excitement, happiness, or elation.‘they felt the exhilaration of victory’
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- ‘At other times, a sense of anticipation - not unlike at pop festivals - helped create a feeling of exhilaration.’
- ‘I laughed out loud in sheer pleasure, feeling the exhilaration of the contest rush through me.’
- ‘Cannes' toned-down exhilaration was because cinema was less electrifying than it had been in many years.’
- ‘The war game only lasts a few minutes but the tension it creates is beyond imagination and the exhilaration indescribable.’
- ‘I remember the pure exhilaration of tramping the steep slopes of the hills and mountains with him in search of our elusive prey.’
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