- make (someone) ecstatically happy.
- in high spirits; exultant or proud.
His eye, elate with happiness, was reading eagerly the tearful gaze of Haidee, when suddenly the door opened.
Elate with joy I rise.
I was elated when I left, I can feel the change already and I have not even started the therapy.
Karen was elated at winning the award but was quick to acknowledge her team of community volunteers.
A loud chatter immediately erupted from the students, and they gossiped away elatedly about the contestants.
I was elated by the euphoria and the celebrations that followed our victory.
Obviously, Indonesian artists were elated to learn of the appointment of Dullah.
The exhausted 58-year-old said he was elated when he arrived back at the school.
There is something very special about our bus, a feeling of elatedness I get when I am inside.
I was elated and horrified by the sheer outrageousness of the problem we had set before them.
Write a short story, featuring a character going through something emotional, it can be anything from anger to happiness, from sadness to elatedness.
If he feels free to talk to his mom honestly about what is going on sexually, I’m elated.
They burst into the room, giggling and talking elatedly as they congratulated one another on the success of their stage debut.
We were elated when, with a slight thud, our car nudged into the warmth of the terminal station.
He was elated, since this meant he would probably be the smartest guy on this planet.
I walked the few blocks to the flower shop with a mixture of nervousness and elatedness.
So by the time the water company was ready to finally start digging, people were elated but jaded.
The kid was elated and told me two or three times about how she had found the way and saved us.
I was so elated and overwhelmed that my first immediate reaction was to cry.
And the child was elated because she had been consulted, she didn’t feel powerless.
I was elated when he finally served me a ham and cheese toastie, and would have happily waited half an hour for him to cook it.
He was elated when he found out about Hugo and we arranged to meet up but never did.
Two hours later we were elated by antique carving but completely sodden.
The sheriff said the casino owners were elated to get the cash back, even if it was a little wet.
It was, as he said elatedly to me at the reception afterwards, “freezing”.
I was truly elated to be graduating finally after six drawn out years in computing science.
People were tucking in hungrily and chatting elatedly . “I’m a bit out of place here” thought Jessica.
He swung her up, elated beyond words, for he saw this as a small proof that she did really care for him still.
We were elated to move out of the apartment and into this house with all these rooms.
“It’s a girl,” the doctor announced elatedly, giving her to the nurses to wipe and clean her off.