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Excited vs. Elated

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Excitedadjective

Having great enthusiasm.

‘He was very excited about his promotion.’;

Elatedadjective

Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased, euphoric.

‘She was elated with her new car.’;

Excitedadjective

(physics) Being in a state of higher energy.

‘The excited electrons give off light when they drop to a lower energy state.’;

Elatedverb

simple past tense and past participle of elate

Excitedadjective

Having an erection; erect.

Elatedadjective

exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits;

‘the elated winner’; ‘felt elated and excited’;

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Excitedadjective

Sexually aroused.

Elatedadjective

full of high-spirited delight

Excitedverb

past participle of excite

Excitedadjective

in an aroused state

Excitedadjective

of persons; excessively affected by emotion;

‘he would become emotional over nothing at all’; ‘she was worked up about all the noise’;

Excitedadjective

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion;

‘a crowd of delirious baseball fans’; ‘something frantic in their gaiety’; ‘a mad whirl of pleasure’;

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Excitedadjective

of e.g. a molecule; made reactive or more reactive

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