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Definition of "elation" []

  • Joyfulness or exaltation of spirit, as from success, pleasure, or relief; high spirits (noun)
  • An exhilarating psychological state of pride and optimism; an absence of depression (noun)

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  • A feeling of joy and pride (noun)

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Use "elation" in a sentence
  • "She knows that if I am not looking up every five minutes in elation to bug her about how great it is, that it's not great."
  • "Well, calm down my fellow Americans, their victory and their elation is short-lived because President Obama has many things to learn as President, as every new President does, but he has shown the ability to learn from a mistake, or learn from an experience in this case."
  • "The sugar buzz remains but the chocolate elation is just flowing away."