Examples of elate in a Sentence
The discovery has elated researchers.
the winning of the state basketball championship elated the whole town
Recent Examples of elate from the Web
First-year Dash coach Vera Pauw was elated in the hours following the trade.
The graffiti artists are elated by the court’s decision in this case.
Although he was excited at the prospect of getting out of Philadelphia as a player, Barkley is still elated by the Philadelphia Eagles' victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII on Feb. 5.
Madson’s first scene introduces him as an ambitious young architect, elated by the news that he’s just been given a huge opportunity at work.
The campaign to clean up the riverbed has elated The San Diego River Park Foundation, which for decades has worked to maintain the watershed.
Being able to see songs and albums come to life via the behind the scenes work can be just as elating as listening to the end product.
Meanwhile, his family is elated to have him home for Christmas.
Marvin Gentry/Reuters Doug Jones’ victory over Roy Moore on Tuesday night elated Democrats across the country, and not just those Democrats passionately opposed to the election of child predators.
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Definition of elate for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) very happy and excited
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