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Synonyms for elate

feeling great delight and joy

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Upon orders of DOJ Secretary Leila de Lima, a composite team was organized to enforce the CDO," the lawmakers elatedly revealed, adding that positive and prompt actions by government should not remain unnoticed.
Brady, making his sixth Super Bowl start, a record for a quarterback, tied Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw for most Super Bowl victories with four and watched elatedly from the sideline as rookie corner Malcolm Butler made a game-saving interception in the end zone after Seattle had driven to the New England 1-yard line with 26 seconds to play.
Elatedly, Robinson recalled an incident in which a young man named Fred Young eloquently inspired attendants at a Brooklyn meeting in the Brownsville area to contribute $600.
Keynes and company are consistently buffoonish, demonstrating the broken window fallacy by elatedly throwing bricks through windows in the hope of stimulating economic activity.
Elatedly, Anne posted a screenshot of her Twitter account and posted this message to thank her followers : "Wow.
Jigar Panchal, Head of Mobile Games, elatedly stated, “We are very excited that Apple has considered our game as one of the 'New and Noteworthy' apps on the App Store.
Nerves overcame him and he missed as Ponty raced at him and then jumped elatedly with joy.
On the way home she collected Reema from school, and though her daughter spoke elatedly about a play she was going to be in, Shomili could think only about what the Professor had said.
But in the blind pursuit of placing themselves elatedly in the outer world, they tend to forget as to who they really are.
Navin Kumar, the manager of the bank and a student, elatedly confirmed that it is wholly a children's bank.
Later, one of Miss Beavers' white friends was talking elatedly of the picture and seeking to persuade another white woman friend of hers to go see it and to see Miss Beavers.
When he learned the police had recovered his bicycle and gear intact, he elatedly continued his odyssey, knowing how much the bicycle helped him define his existence.
A smiling photo of Mao Zedong appeared on the cover of the November 20 issue of the War Bulletin that elatedly announced the successful attack on Qufu, and Mao is accompanied by two other powerful political leaders: Zhou Enlai (1898-1976) and Lin Biao.
He elatedly described the feeling of "liberation" when he finally "consented to being a sexual being.
He agreed, and I sauntered back to the jeep, elatedly assuming that my troubles for this trip had been solved.