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elated

adjective blissful, delighted, ecstatic, exalted, excited, exhilarated, exultant, happy, in paradise, joyful, jubilant, overjoyed, pleased, rejoicing, thrilled, triumphant
See also: ecstatic
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The Palace official said Malacanang was also elated for the public's 'very good' rating of the government's performance on key issues.
His brother was honoured with a Lifetime AchievementWe are elated proud to Award for Services to the Fashion Industry.
And then we realised that a good portion of the country was elated with what happened in that election, so we had to shelve the movie until people were cynical again," The Daily Star quoted him as telling The Parade magazine.
a stroll through Birmingham left our correspondent elated.
So when Elated salon and beauty clinic, Park Chambers, Cardiff, teamed up with Echo2 to find volunteers for their Ten Years Younger make-over challenge there was no shortage of takers.
I'm just totally overwhelmed, surprised and elated,'' she said.
Chaplains of all denominations have been impressed with the coverage that the Anglican Journal has given to our ministry throughout the years, and we have been elated that the Journal has seen it possible to continue to provide distribution to our chapel communities.
When Dad decides on a family vacation to the China Flat Campground, Cassie is elated.
I was elated to see the recent change in the first principle [to use homeownership to build wealth] of the Declaration of Financial Empowerment (DOFE).
5-nanometer-wide molecular structures were indeed Borromean rings, Cantrill and the rest of the UCLA team were elated.
When Chinese astronaut Yang Liwei (Yong Lee-Way) stepped out of the Shenzhou 5 (Shenzhou means Divine Vessel) space capsule after returning to Earth, millions of Chinese were elated.
We're elated that Capstone has signed on to market this exciting property for us," said Tycher.