Need another word that means the same as “exhilaration”? Find 14 synonyms and 30 related words for “exhilaration” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Exhilaration” are: excitement, elation, euphoria, exultation, exaltation, joy, happiness, delight, joyousness, jubilation, rapture, ecstasy, bliss, rhapsody
Exhilaration as a Noun
Definitions of "Exhilaration" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “exhilaration” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A feeling of excitement, happiness, or elation.
- The feeling of lively and cheerful joy.
Synonyms of "Exhilaration" as a noun (14 Words)
|bliss||A state of extreme happiness.|
The bliss of heaven.
|delight||Something or someone that provides a source of happiness.|
She took great delight in telling your story.
|ecstasy||A state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion.|
There was a look of ecstasy on his face.
|elation||Great happiness and exhilaration.|
Richard s elation at regaining his health was short lived.
|euphoria||A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.|
In his euphoria he had become convinced he could defeat them.
|exaltation||The action of elevating someone in rank or power.|
What a sound an exaltation of larks must make.
|excitement||Something that arouses a feeling of excitement.|
His face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled.
|exultation||The utterance of sounds expressing great joy.|
She laughs in exultation.
|happiness||Emotions experienced when in a state of well-being.|
She struggled to find happiness in her life.
|joy||A thing that causes joy.|
A joy to behold.
|joyousness||The emotion of great happiness.|
|jubilation||A feeling of great happiness and triumph.|
Unbelievable scenes of jubilation.
|rapture||Expressions of intense pleasure or enthusiasm about something.|
Leonora listened with rapture.
|rhapsody||An effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling.|
Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies.
Usage Examples of "Exhilaration" as a noun
- They felt the exhilaration of victory.
Associations of "Exhilaration" (30 Words)
|amusement||A roundabout, game machine, etc. for providing entertainment at a fairground or resort.|
We looked with amusement at our horoscopes.
|badinage||Humorous or witty conversation.|
He developed a nice line in badinage with the Labour leader.
|banter||The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks.|
The men bantered with the waitresses.
|buffoonery||Behaviour that is ridiculous but amusing.|
The film is full of wordplay and buffoonery.
|comedy||The style or genre represented by comedy films plays and broadcast programmes.|
Advertising people see the comedy in their work.
|derisive||Expressing contempt or ridicule.|
Films should be entertaining.
|fun||A source of fun.|
He became a figure of fun.
|funny||Used to emphasize that something is serious or should be taken seriously.|
Are you okay You look a bit funny.
A glad smile.
|hilarious||Marked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter.|
The meal was noisy and hilarious.
|hilarity||Extreme amusement, especially when expressed by laughter.|
By midnight the hilarity had increased.
|humor||The trait of appreciating and being able to express the humorous.|
The humors are blood and phlegm and yellow and black bile.
|humorous||Causing laughter and amusement; comic.|
|humour||The ability to express humour or amuse other people.|
She was always humouring him to prevent trouble.
|jest||Speak in a joking way.|
He laughed unpleasantly at his own jest.
|jesting||The action of saying or doing something for amusement.|
A jesting commentary on world affairs.
|jocose||Characterized by jokes and good humor.|
A jocose allusion.
|jocular||Fond of or characterized by joking; humorous or playful.|
They tried to deal with this painful subject jocularly.
|joke||Tell a joke speak humorously.|
He was pretending to joke his daughter.
|jollity||The quality of being cheerful.|
A night of riotous jollity.
|jolly||Happy and cheerful.|
They were trying to jolly her out of her torpor.
|jovial||Full of or showing high-spirited merriment- Wordsworth.|
She was in a jovial mood.
|laugh||A facial expression characteristic of a person laughing.|
He laughed unpleasantly at his own jest.
|laughing||Showing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness.|
|merry||(of an occasion or season) characterized by festivity and enjoyment.|
A merry chase.
|repartee||Conversation or speech characterized by quick, witty comments or replies.|
Quick fire repartee.
|slapstick||Comedy based on deliberately clumsy actions and humorously embarrassing events.|
Slapstick style of humor.
|witticism||A witty remark.|
Maurice roared with laughter at his own witticisms.
|witty||Combining clever conception and facetious expression.|
Marlowe was charming and witty.