the children were exhilarated by a sense of purpose
make (someone) feel very happy, animated, or elated.
an exhilarating two-hour rafting experience
making one feel very happy, animated, or elated; thrilling.
translation of 'exhilarating'
To be a young American artist in post-World War II Paris must have been 'exhilarating' .
To be at Ground Zero with Jackie was the most 'exhilarating' experience I will ever have.
Experiencing the pace of change in China was 'exhilarating' .
To judge by the reactions of some astronauts, walking in space was an 'exhilarating' experience.
They say the best way to experience the falls is by taking an 'exhilarating' jet boat ride.
Moving from college to career can be energizing, intimidating, 'exhilarating' , exhausting.
The spiritual journey is fraught with danger, full of unexpected twists, at times deeply discouraging, at times 'exhilarating' .
For most Africans, independence has meant more a desperate struggle for survival than an 'exhilarating' path to development.
The result is a strange display of 'exhilarating' liberation paired with unsettling sordidness.
The sight of a 25 lb salmon racing past less than a metre away is 'exhilarating' .
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