Elated vs Beholden - What's the difference?

elated | beholden |


As adjectives the difference between elated and beholden

is that elated is extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased while beholden is obligated to provide, display, or do something for another; bound by moral obligation; indebted; obliged.

As a verb elated

is (elate).

elated

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased.
  • She was elated with her new car.

    Synonyms

    * ecstatic * euphoric * exultant * joyful * jubilant * overjoyed

    Antonyms

    * displeased * dissatisfied

    Derived terms

    * elatedly (adverb) * elation (noun)

    Verb

    (head)
  • (elate)
  • beholden

    English

    Alternative forms

    *beholding

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Obligated to provide, display, or do something for another; bound by moral obligation; indebted; obliged.
  • From an early age, I had decided I wanted to be beholden to no one.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2012
  • , date=June 26 , author=Genevieve Koski , title=Music: Reviews: Justin Bieber: Believe , work=The Onion AV Club citation , page= , passage=But musical ancestry aside, the influence to which Bieber is most beholden is the current trends in pop music, which means Believe is loaded up with EDM accouterments, seeking a comfortable middle ground where Bieber’s impressively refined pop-R&B croon can rub up on techno blasts and garish dubstep drops (and occasionally grind on some AutoTune, not necessarily because it needs it, but because a certain amount of robo-voice is expected these days).}} English adjectives ending in -en