Examples of elation in a Sentence
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Doug Pederson was surrounded by a group of reporters in the Philadelphia Eagles’ locker room on Sunday night, his voice loud and confident, blazing with elation.
Their elation was tempered by the sobering decision that followed.
The agony of those losses transferred into utter elation in the victory over WVU though.
With nostalgia: popular culture overall seems to be having a moment with nostalgia, particularly the sort that tangles with all the emotion and elation of adolescence.
Several hundred miles away and a few minutes later, Ray answered his phone with elation.
Some people may even feel elation, but the negative symptoms are more likely, the experts say.
But the moment is suffused with both elation and unease: A decade was ending, and less than a year later, Hendrix would be dead.
No prose can do justice to the sheer elation of discovery, though Shelley makes a worthy attempt.
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First Known Use of elation
blues, dejection, desolation, despair, despondency, disconsolateness, disheartenment, dispiritedness, doldrums, downheartedness, dreariness, dumps, forlornness, gloom, gloominess, heartsickness, melancholy, mopes;
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