- vt. 使高兴；使愉快；使振奋
fill with sublime emotion;
"The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies"
"He was inebriated by his phenomenal success"
- This dangerous task did not defeat but exhilarate him.
It seemed greatly to delight and exhilarate him to say so.出自： Dickens
The exhilarating weather of April with its lively south-east breezes.出自： A. Wilson
I was also exhilarated by the sense of power that I felt on the stage.出自： A. McCowen