One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘Louise felt excited and proud of her achievement’
thrilled, exhilarated, elevated, animated, enlivened, electrified, stirred, moved
delighted, exuberant, enraptured, intoxicated, feverish, enthusiastic, eager
informal high, high as a kite, fired up, tickled, tickled pink, full of beans, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, peppy, sparky
aroused, sexually aroused, stimulated, titillated, inflamed, impassioned
informal turned on, on fire, hot, horny, sexed up
British informal randy
North American informal squirrelly
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