Inspirassion

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560 examples of  elating  in sentences

560 examples of elating in sentences

Sow-thistle, bitter called, As shepherd's purse is sweet; With your new mate you feast elate, As joyous brothers meet.

You feast elate with your new mate, And take no heed of me.

So now, elate with your new mate, Myself away you fling.

" He came back to her side now, passion and zeal in his shining eyes, ardent, elate, expectant.

His bosom heaves with sighs of grief and heavy discontent, As to the royal city he makes his sad lament: "Ah, many a champion have I lost, fair Jaen, at thy gate, Yet lightly did I speak of thee with victory elate

The gay look on their faces, the blood in their cheeks, the upright carriage and quick, elate stepwhen compared with the hang-dog, sallow, dull creatures I knew beforeall testify to the working of some magic influence.

There the inquisitors, elate with triumph over the reluctant magistrates and panic-stricken people, shortly afterward erected a tablet with an inscription in memory of the first establishment of the modern Inquisition in Western Europe.

Elate with their own escape, they deemed themselves out of the reach of all disease, and were full of compassionate kindness for others whose sufferings were just beginning.

With brow unalter'd I can see The hour of wealth or poverty: I've drunk from both the cups of fate, Nor this could sink, nor that elate.

Ye mortals with success elate, Who bask in hope's delusive beam, Attentive view Mohammed's fate, And own that bliss is but a dream.

Incredulous I listen now To every tongue, and every vow, For still there yawns a gulf between Those honeyed words, and what they mean; With honest pride elate, I see The sons of falsehood shrink from me, As from the right line's even way The biass'd curves deflecting stray

Of God are her foundations, Wherein this day a King we crown Elate among the nations.

ever blind to fate, Too soon dejected, and too soon elate.

Till, wrench'd of ev'ry stay but Heav'n, He, ruined, sink! Ev'n thou who mourn'st the daisy's fate, That fate is thineno distant date; Stern Ruin's plough-share drives, elate, Full on thy bloom, Till crush'd beneath the furrow's weight Shall be thy doom!

That sun hath set; and I with hope elate Who deemed that those bright days would never move,

Not less elate than smitten with wild woe To see not them but Thee by death undone, Were those blest souls, when Thou above the sun Didst raise, by dying, men that lay so low: Elate, since freedom from all ills that flow From their first fault for Adam's race was won; Sore smitten, since in torment fierce God's son Served servants on the cruel cross below.

Not less elate than smitten with wild woe To see not them but Thee by death undone, Were those blest souls, when Thou above the sun Didst raise, by dying, men that lay so low: Elate, since freedom from all ills that flow From their first fault for Adam's race was won; Sore smitten, since in torment fierce God's son Served servants on the cruel cross below.

Once freed, she would become one sphere immense Of love, power, wisdom, filled with Deity, Elate with wonders of the eternal Sense.

If less your peaks elate To heaven exalt you than that gift divine, Freedom; why do your children still combine To keep the despots in their stolen state?

Proud lyres with thine immortal praises glow, Smitten by bards elate with victory: Lo, thine own Cavalcante, stormfully Lightning, still strikes the fortress of the foe!

And, all elate, were chaunting his renown.

Where now can Frรญburz, Tรบs, Gรญw, Gรบdarz, be, And the world-conquering Rustem, where is he?" No prompt reply from Persian lip ensued Then rushing on, with demon-strength endued, Sohrรกb elate his javelin waved around, And hurled the bright pavilion to the ground; With horror

Gushtรกsp beholds with heart elate.

Alรญ, of whom Mahommed spoke elate, "I am the city of knowledgehe my gate.

Though the two worlds ne'er bowed my head when elate, Favors as his have bent my neck with their weight.

There is a wealth which lasts elate, unfearful of decline from fate; Hear it with joythis wealth so great, is in the hands Of dervishes.

He had refused to subscribe for a "Compendium," and her cordial assurance that he was, by the law of the land, both a man and a brother, did not even mildly elate him.

And anon the woman, elate in pride and willing to be like to God, accorded thereto and believed him.

Then Simon Magus, as Hegesippus and Linus say, elate in pride avaunted him that he can raise dead men to life.

" I smiled but once, with my joy elate, For a chariot stood at my neighbor's gate, A grim old chariot, dark as fate.

But in their hearts they were secretly a little elate, as in latter years they had come to know, by books and papers which Stephen forced them to hear or to read, that he was really in sympathy with well-known writers in this matter of the adornment of homes, the love of beautiful things even in every-day life.

I told her, and elate, Went on my way to seek another nook.

Elate with flattery and conceit, He seeks his royal sire's retreat; Forward, and fond to show his parts, His highness brays; the lion starts.

A colt, whose eye-balls flamed with ire, Elate with strength and youthful fire, In haste stept forth before the rest, And thus the listening throng addressed: 10 'Good gods!

With pride elate, Behold him minister of state!

When naval traffic ploughs the main, Who shares not in the merchant's gain? 'Tis that supports the regal state, And makes the farmer's heart elate: The numerous flocks, that clothe the land, Can scarce supply the loom's demand; 30 Prolific culture glads the fields, And the bare heath a harvest yields.

winsome, bonny, hearty, buxom. playful, playsome^; folatre [Fr.], playful as a kitten, tricksy^, frisky, frolicsome; gamesome; jocose, jocular, waggish; mirth loving, laughter-loving; mirthful, rollicking. elate, elated; exulting, jubilant, flushed; rejoicing &c 838; cock-a-hoop.

[U.S.]. elate, elated; jubilant, triumphant, exultant; in high feather; flushed, flushed with victory; cock-a-hoop; on stilts. vaunted &c v..

Horatio made no other reply to these words than a low bow, and then elating his hands and eyes to heaven, as internally praying for the opportunity his master seemed to hint at.

* * 38 elate' despond' lu' mi nous pil' grim age ONE BY ONE.

One by one thy duties wait thee; Let thy whole strength go to each; Let no future dreams elate thee, Learn thou first what these can teach.

Explain the line "Let no future dreams elate thee.

What! think of peace, while haughty Scanderbeg, Elate with conquest, in his native mountains, Prowls o'er the wealthy spoils of bleeding Turkey!

Our bark, unseen, has reach'd th' appointed bay, And, where yon trees wave o'er the foaming surge, Reclines against the shore: our Grecian troop Extends its lines along the sandy beach, Elate with hope, and panting for a foe.

He stood at the back door for a little while watching; Hardy, upright and elate, was listening with profound attention to Miss Nugent; the doctor, sauntering along beside Mrs. Kingdom, was listening with a languid air to an account of her celebrated escape from measles some forty-three years before.

He stood at the back door for a little while watching; Hardy, upright and elate, was listening with profound attention to Miss Nugent; the doctor, sauntering along beside Mrs. Kingdom, was listening with a languid air to an account of her celebrated escape from measles some forty-three years before.

But yet we know that in a little while You come again a conqueror, so smile Godspeed, not parting, and, with hearts elate, We wait.

The Jack of wild, tumultuous pleading who had parted from Mary Ewold on the pass became a Jack elate with the glad, swimming joy of May sunshine at seeing and speaking to her again.

There was a millinery store up the street, and thither with uncertain step he wended his way, feeling a little more elate, and altogether sociable.

" This statement very much surprised me, and did not elate me.

a fiercer fiend, with joy elate, Feasts on thy suff'rings, and impels thy fate.

With secret triumph now elate, His grinning Rival 'gan to prate.

His step was lighter, his whole appearance more elate, than usual.

Elate in sunshine, firm when tempests lower, May thy calm strength my wavering spirit fill!

How was his nature, pleasing yet sedate, Now for glad converse joyously inclined, Then swiftly changing, spirit-fraught elate, Life's plan with deep-felt meaning it designed, Fruitful alike in counsel and in deed!

Hope at last springs up elate, That the living shall no more Corpse-like rot, as heretofore,

Down the lowly chapel crashes 'Neath the branches' fall and weight; Winding now, the pointed flashes To the summit climb elate.

And yet for us dost work alone, While thou for dam and bulwark carest; Since thus for Neptune thou preparest, The water-fiend, a mighty fรชte; Before thee naught but ruin lies; The elements are our allies; Onward destruction strides elate.

Opposite was the seat on which his parents had sat, in the bloom of health, and elate with; joyous anticipations; he rememberedoh!

It will be recollected, that the cause of Hunt's confinement was a series of libels against his sovereign, and that its fruit was the odious and incestuous "Story of Rimini." What though, for shewing truth to flattered state, Kind Hunt was shut in prison, yet has he, In his immortal spirit been as free As the sky-searching lark, and as elate.

They were to be dealt with or ignored, but they could neither shadow or elate him.

And as every little circumstance combines to favor the fortunate, and every accident contributes to elate him; so do the most trifling occurrences love to unite to crush and overwhelm the unhappy.

If Vulcan's smoky sway precludes An assignation in the woods, I shall not linger less elate Outside the foundry gate.

Many looked with hearts elate At my graceful form and gait, At my smooth and glossy hair Combed and brushed with daily care.

Instead of being elate, his spirits seemed to fall as he made his arrival at the village certain.

Our Lady stands elate, between earth and heaven, appealing to her Son for mercy.

NON FUR MEN LIETI Not less elate than smitten with wild woe To see not them but Thee by death undone, Were those blest souls, when Thou above the sun Didst raise, by dying, men that lay so low: Elate, since freedom from all ills that flow From their first fault for Adam's race was won; Sore smitten, since in torment fierce God's son Served servants on the cruel cross below.

NON FUR MEN LIETI Not less elate than smitten with wild woe To see not them but Thee by death undone, Were those blest souls, when Thou above the sun Didst raise, by dying, men that lay so low: Elate, since freedom from all ills that flow From their first fault for Adam's race was won; Sore smitten, since in torment fierce God's son Served servants on the cruel cross below.

Blessings that wait his heart, his tongue, Cannot elate his tranquil breast: He courts no blessing from the throng; He is, and ever will be, blest.

There are, however, about forty words ending in ate, which, without difference of form, are either verbs or adjectives; as, aggregate, animate, appropriate, articulate, aspirate, associate, complicate, confederate, consummate, deliberate, desolate, effeminate, elate, incarnate, intimate, legitimate, moderate, ordinate, precipitate, prostrate, regenerate, reprobate, separate, sophisticate, subordinate.

Calmly elate, on the cushion of advantage, he scanned the going and coming of lesser folk who could not buy at will of Solly Gumble.

Or, like Shelley, they see in the whole human race an infinite repetition of uniform individuals, the 'millions on millions' who 'wait, firm, rapid, and elate.' Shelley, Poetical Works (H.B. Forman), vol.

But that which would elate him into some fury of action would not move me.

Bagwax was elate,first and chiefly because he trusted that he would become the means of putting right a foul and cruel wrong.

An elate concentration had held her while she painted.

The thought of it made him uncomfortable and at the same time elate.

with this elate Let not our hearts be desolate; But, strong in faith and patience, wait Until He come!

On to the tournament elate he hies, There his liege lady greets his wistful eyes: What now remain'd?

This universal diffusion of instruction is, perhaps, not wholly without its inconveniencies; it certainly fills the nation with superficial disputants; enables those to talk who were born to work; and affords information sufficient to elate vanity, and stiffen obstinacy, but too little to enlarge the mind into complete skill for full comprehension.

All these she displays to her company whenever she is elate with merit, and eager for praise; and amidst the praises which her friends and herself bestow upon her merit, she never fails to turn to me, and ask what all these would cost, if I had been to buy them.

A picture stands before my dazzled sight, Wherein the hero, ruthlessly elate, Defies all bowlers' concentrated spite.

There lurks his home; in that Abode, With mirth elate, Or in his nobly-pensive mood, 35 The Rustic sate.

The little train came on like a shuttle through the blue loom of the air; they got on, and were shot forward through bright green fields, past expectant groves and flowering orchards, cheered by the elate singing of innumerable birds.

His small umbrella, quaintly halved, Describing in the air An arc alike inscrutable, Elate philosopher!

His small umbrella, quaintly halved, Describing in the air An arc alike inscrutable, Elate philosopher!

A week went by, and every moment of the time Saul was elate and busy, providing for me in every possible way, devising comforts that exceeded my imagination, remembering every idiosyncrasy that I had given expression to in his hearing.

Ev'n thou who mourn'st the Daisy's fate, That fate is thineno distant date; Stern Ruin's plough-share drives elate, Full on thy bloom; Till crushed beneath the furrow's weight Shall be thy doom.

cry I, springing up and running to meet him with an elate sensation of company and sociability; "I had quite forgotten that you lived near here.

Can this be that bright and merry day, when I walked elate and laughing between the deep furrows, and heard the blackbird and thrush woo their new loves, nor was able myself to refrain from singing?

What fire is in thine eye, as there Thou bendest o'er the Rhine! How in July's full blaze dost thou Flash forth thy sword, and go, With heart elate and knitted brow, To strike the invader low!

The sudden revulsion of feeling such a vision was calculated to occasion in a man elate with joy, may be conceived.

The praises lavished on him seemed not in any way to elate him; and he invariably refused any commendation for his labors: "He that planteth is nothing, neither he that watereth, but God, who giveth the increase," was his reply to one who congratulated him on the success which had attended his labors.

Elate we looked 385 Upon their virtues; saw, in rudest men, Self-sacrifice the firmest; generous love, And continence of mind, and sense of right, Uppermost in the midst of fiercest strife.

"For help at need in van we wait Retreat or fight: Retreat the foe would take for flight, And each proud scion Feel more elate; the end must come," said Lyon.

O, much of doubt in after days Shall cling, as now, to the war; Of the right and the wrong they'll still debate, Puzzled by Stonewall's star: "Fortune went with the North elate" "Ay, but the south had Stonewall's weight, And he fell in the South's vain war.

Elate he never can be; He feels that spirits which glad had hailed his worth, Sleep in oblivion.

Mounted and armed he sits a king; For pride she smiles if now she peep Elate he rides at the head of his men; He is young, and command is a boyish thing: They file out into the forest deep Do Mosby and his rangers sleep?

Thus prone is youth, Thus easily allured, to put his trust In fair appearance; and with hope elate, And naught suspecting, thus he sallies forth, To earn experience in the storms of life!

Thus hethe while, with jocund shout elate The crew bear off their prey, and bound along the sea.

We may dream indeed, with heart elate, While a new Nation clamors at our gate!