Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exhilarate.(verb)
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Use "exhilarates" in a sentence
"And if you happen to need a jolt to your beach-softened brain this summer, according to the great Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder, mint exhilarates and awakens the mind."
"While McClure-the-writer claims that her first failure and ultimately successful trans-Atlantic row brought her peace, understanding and true love, it is McClure-the-adventurer driven to row 14 hour days on violent seas day after day after day in a vast solitude, fighting storm after storm -- strong, resourceful, alone, competent and utterly complete within herself -- who exhilarates and inspires."
"Together, we were able to create a magnetic message through movement that exhilarates and resonates with people all over the globe."