Examples of elation in a Sentence
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There was elation and exasperation for American and Canadian fans respectively on Thursday, after the United States defeated their rivals in a penalty shoot-out to win the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics women's hockey gold.
The extraordinary development brought elation to most of the families but more heartache for the relatives of the six girls still unaccounted for.
Unfortunately for Ohio State fans and to the elation of Penn State fans, Bo Nickal's miracle pin at 184 pounds seconds after Buckeyes' Myles Martin nearly pinned Nickal gave the Nittany Lions their seventh team title in eight years.
Before showing pure elation during the Bournemouth game, turning to the cameras at the end while shouting and shaking his fists in triumph.
If any of the men had placed bets, none of them showed elation.
Much of the anguish and the elation in our lives begins with a glance, a kiss and then—a lifelong struggle to make sense of the verb to love.
Trees in there were loaded with the repulsive things, reveling in their deified elation.
Musicians build harmonies and rhythms to share their elation with the ears of others.
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