something that exhilarates.
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How to use exhilarant in a sentence
In L.A., the really exhilarant cooking was bubbling up from the bottom, not trickling down from the top.
I take the wildering whirl, enjoyment's keenest pain, Enamored hate, exhilarant disdain.Faust | Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Certainly ill-fortune must have befallen some one to make the good man so exhilarant.Paul Prescott's Charge | Horatio Alger
For months it had haunted him in his idle moments, inspiring him with vague and exhilarant emotions.The Gray Phantom | Herman Landon
And surely that is the best deliverance in all affliction, to be made so spiritually exhilarant that we can rise above it.My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year | John Henry Jowett
Belief which is never oxygenated by open confession can never nourish the soul into vigorous and exhilarant health.My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year | John Henry Jowett
British Dictionary definitions for exhilarant
something that exhilarates
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