Examples of exhilaration in a Sentence
I felt a kind of exhilaration when I reached the top of the mountain.
the lavish spectacle results in one exhilaration after another
Recent Examples of exhilaration from the Web
Watson absorbed the exhilaration of a freefall for nearly a minute, at one point reaching what he was told was 120 mph before the chute opened at 5,000 feet.
And despite the exhilaration by the Predators' fans, one victory in this series is no cause for celebration.
There’s adventure, sun, scenery and the exhilaration of whitewater runs driven by restive snow melt.
Bird said, with a grin that was part exhilaration, part relief.
That joy is undeniable, and Louise’s ability to see exhilaration, agony and regret simultaneously prevents her from looking only backward and seeing Hannah’s life purely through the prism of her death.
There is a palpable sense of exhilaration, and also a trepidation, perhaps a natural consequence of allowing a third party, however familiar, into a private space.
From the dress to the vows and the first dance, your wedding day is likely to be equal parts exhilaration and terror.
But Hamlin’s exhilaration at seeing and photographing the giraffes didn’t last long.
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First Known Use of exhilaration
EXHILARATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exhilaration for English Language Learners
: a feeling of great happiness and excitement
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