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  • But you were not able to accept that—and so you didn’t feel the great elation that should have been yours.
  • She was elated on the day when Jackie, the least promising one of the lot, achieved a completed work of imagination.
  • He felt no elation; he felt tired; but he was back in his normal course.
  • Instead of a mood of deferential sorrow, befitting a place where one contemplates eternity and realizes the insignificance of man, this building has a quality of loose, orgiastic elation.
  • In his office in the Banner Building, he worked with a new energy, a kind of elated, ferocious drive that surprised the men who had known him in his most ambitious years.

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  • The elated winner couldn’t stop smiling.
  • I felt elated the first day of summer break.

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