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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexhilarationex‧hil‧a‧ra‧tion /ɪɡˌzɪləˈreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  a feeling of being happy, excited, and full of energyexhilaration of She enjoyed the exhilaration of jet-skiing.
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exhilarationOn her high perch, she had the familiar feeling of exhilaration and apprehension.He was approaching a state of exhilaration, a state which can be achieved only by human beings blinded to context.It adds to the exhilaration, bringing a smile rather than a frown.It was the exhilaration of wilderness.Nothing can compare with the exhilaration of riding a motorcycle as fast as you can.Anybody who runs it will know firsthand that you have experienced the true exhilaration of life. 2.She was filled with exhilaration when she first saw her newborn baby.
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