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exhilarating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexhilaratingex‧hil‧a‧rat‧ing /ɪɡˈzɪləreɪtɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 HAPPYmaking you feel happy, excited, and full of energy 🔊 an exhilarating experience 🔊 an exhilarating walksee thesaurus at exciting
Examples from the Corpus
exhilaratingLearning to surf is exhausting but exhilarating.I wondered what they were thinking, then pondered on the fineness of the dividing line between exhilarating adventure and irresponsibility.If you do, bidding can be very exhilarating, and on no account should you bid more than your pre-determined limit.Equally exhilarating are the slow circles across the sky that buzzards make on summer days.Sky-diving is an exhilarating experience.I still remember the exhilarating freedom of driving my first car.It was steep and exposed but solid, and the final push for the summit involved some exhilarating scrambling.The supple interplay of major themes will furnish it with the exhilarating sense of a mind meticulous but free.This is Mallerstang Edge, providing an exhilarating walk unhindered by walls and fences.Neither of these exhilarating walks, however, rivals Glen Farrar in beauty of surroundings.
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