exhilarate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to feel joyfully refreshed and lively; elate: We were exhilarated by the cool, pine-scented atmosphere.
    • To stimulate; stimulate: strong designs that exhilarate the viewer's imagination.
    • To make merry or jolly; to enliven; to animate; to gladden greatly; to cheer
    • resulting in to feel gladly refreshed and lively; elate: we had been exhilarated because of the cool, pine-scented atmosphere.
    • To invigorate; stimulate: bold styles that exhilarate the audience's imagination.
    • to create merry or jolly; to enliven; to animate; to gladden greatly; to cheer
    • To cause to feel cheerfully refreshed and lively; elate: we had been exhilarated by the cool, pine-scented air.
    • To invigorate; stimulate: bold styles that exhilarate the audience's imagination.
    • In order to make merry or jolly; to enliven; to animate; to gladden considerably; to cheer
  • verb:
    • to create happy, cheer-up.
    • To refreshingly excitement.
    • To bring new life to.
    • fill with sublime emotion
    • In order to make delighted, cheer-up.
    • To refreshingly excitement.
    • To bring new life to.
    • fill with sublime emotion
    • To make delighted, cheer-up.
    • To refreshingly excitement.
    • to create new way life to.
    • fill with sublime feeling
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to be joyous.
    • To become joyous.
    • to be joyous.
  • others:
    • To make cheerful, vibrant, or merry; render glad or joyous; cheer; enliven; gladden.
    • Synonyms To animate, inspirit, elate.
    • to be cheerful or joyous.
    • to produce cheerful, lively, or merry; render happy or joyous; cheer; enliven; gladden.
    • Synonyms To animate, inspirit, elate.
    • In order to become cheerful or joyous.
    • which will make cheerful, vibrant, or merry; render happy or joyous; cheer; enliven; gladden.
    • Synonyms To animate, inspirit, elate.
    • To become cheerful or joyous.

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