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
Ranz, who was once elated by the case’s prospects, now seemed dejected.
For three days, Afghans were united and elated by the possibility of peace.
Speaking candidly in a brief interview with the press after her free skate, Nagasu, 24, said the experience of her second Olympics had been a series of elating highs and depleting lows.
Industry groups were elated at the prospect of undoing the changes.
Bobbie Siegel said she was elated by the response of the audience.
Gradient sparkles dusted on a platinum pixie✨ @majormoonn gel really elates the inner child.
Klay was elated when Trayce hooked up early this season with the A’s, whose Coliseum home is a bounce pass from the Warriors’ digs, but Trayce lasted only three games as a stopgap with Oakland before being traded to the White Sox on April 19.
Not surprisingly, the barbecue world is elated by Scott's win.
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Definition of elate for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) very happy and excited
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