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
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.
Out Boy’s set elated a certain subset of the crowd, who remember when Ashlee Simpson was married to Pete Wentz and not Diana Ross’s son.
Trump addressed those in the room, who were elated by the passage of the tax bill (analyses of the bill say that many of them stand to benefit from its passage most, while lower- and middle-income families get hit harder).
Since that first impression, Brown has elated his team and coaches alike.
Besides elating the National Peanut Board, the jars can stay on a food-bank shelf for a long time without going rancid — New Mexico State specifically says no expired items can be donated.
Spanish River coach Doug Horn was elated with the school’s first sweep in his four years with the program.
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