elated


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e·lat·ed

 (ĭ-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Exultantly proud and joyful.

e·lat′ed·ly adv.
e·lat′ed·ness n.

elated

(ɪˈleɪtɪd)
adj
full of high spirits, exhilaration, pride or optimism; very happy
eˈlatedly adv
eˈlatedness n

e•lat•ed

(ɪˈleɪ tɪd)

adj.
jubilant; overjoyed.
[1605–15]
e•lat′ed•ly, adv.
e•lat′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.elated - exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits; "the elated winner"; "felt elated and excited"
euphoric - exaggerated feeling of well-being or elation
happy - enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure; "a happy smile"; "spent many happy days on the beach"; "a happy marriage"
joyous - full of or characterized by joy; "felt a joyous abandon"; "joyous laughter"
dejected - affected or marked by low spirits; "is dejected but trying to look cheerful"
2.elated - full of high-spirited delight; "a joyful heart"
joyous - full of or characterized by joy; "felt a joyous abandon"; "joyous laughter"

elated

elated

adjective
Feeling great delight and joy:
Slang: up.
Translations
مُنْتَشٍ من الفَرَح
begejstret
megmámorosodott
glaîur, í sjöunda himni
džiūgaujantisdžiūgavimaspakili nuotaikapakiliõs nuotaikos
coşkulusevinçli

elated

[ɪˈleɪtɪd] ADJ (= excited) → entusiasmado; (= happy) → eufórico, alborozado

elated

[ɪˈleɪtɪd] adjtransporté(e) de joie

elated

adjbegeistert

elated

[ɪˈleɪtɪd] adjesultante, euforico/a

elated

(iˈleitid) adjective
very cheerful. She felt elated after winning.
eˈlation noun
References in classic literature ?
The circumstances of the morning had led Catherine's feelings through the varieties of suspense, security, and disappointment; but they were now safely lodged in perfect bliss; and with spirits elated to rapture, with Henry at her heart, and Northanger Abbey on her lips, she hurried home to write her letter.
My friend was scornful, and I bribed him to mention the plebiscite to no one, but secretly I was elated and amazed.
Martin was elated - so elated that when he recollected that THE HORNET owed him fifteen dollars for "The Peri and the Pearl," he decided forthwith to go and collect it.
Indeed, many are the Nantucket ships in which you will see the skipper parading his quarter-deck with an elated grandeur not surpassed in any military navy; nay, extorting almost as much outward homage as if he wore the imperial purple, and not the shabbiest of pilot-cloth.
Don Quixote went off satisfied, elated, and vain-glorious in the highest degree at having won a victory over such a valiant knight as he fancied him of the Mirrors to be, and one from whose knightly word he expected to learn whether the enchantment of his lady still continued; inasmuch as the said vanquished knight was bound, under the penalty of ceasing to be one, to return and render him an account of what took place between him and her.
She was satisfied with her success, but not elated.
Now, with elated step, they pace the planks in twos and threes, and humorously discourse of parlors, sofas, carpets, and fine cambrics; propose to mat the deck; think of having hangings to the top; object not to taking tea by moonlight on the piazza of the forecastle.
In fact, I put my pride into my pocket--though why should I feel ashamed of having been elated by such an occurrence?
For, though elated by his rank, it did not render him supercilious; on the contrary, he was all attention to everybody.
I remember only one man who walked his deck with a springy step, and gave the first course of the passage in an elated voice.
Oliver, quite elated and honoured by a sense of his importance, faithfully promised to be secret and explicit in his communications.
I was greatly elated with my new command, and pleased with the bright, sunshiny weather and these different prospects of the coast.