elate

Elate vs Amuse - What's the difference?

elate | amuse |


As verbs the difference between elate and amuse

is that elate is to make joyful or proud while amuse is .

As an adjective elate

is elated; exultant.

Hoist vs Elate - What's the difference?

hoist | elate | Related terms |

Hoist is a related term of elate.


In lang=en terms the difference between hoist and elate

is that hoist is to be lifted up while elate is to lift up; raise; elevate.

As verbs the difference between hoist and elate

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while elate is to make joyful or proud.

As a noun hoist

is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane.

As an adjective elate is

elated; exultant.

Elate vs Animate - What's the difference?

elate | animate | Related terms |

Elate is a related term of animate.


As verbs the difference between elate and animate

is that elate is to make joyful or proud while animate is .

As an adjective elate

is elated; exultant.

Elate vs Haughty - What's the difference?

elate | haughty | Synonyms |

Elate is a synonym of haughty.


As adjectives the difference between elate and haughty

is that elate is elated; exultant while haughty is conveying in demeanour the assumption of superiority; disdainful, supercilious.

As a verb elate

is to make joyful or proud.

Elate vs Happiness - What's the difference?

elate | happiness |


As a verb elate

is to make joyful or proud.

As an adjective elate

is elated; exultant.

As a noun happiness is

the emotion of being happy; joy.

Belated vs Elate - What's the difference?

belated | elate |


As verbs the difference between belated and elate

is that belated is (belate) while elate is to make joyful or proud.

As adjectives the difference between belated and elate

is that belated is later in relation to the proper time something should have happened while elate is elated; exultant.

Elate - What does it mean?

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Raise vs Elate - What's the difference?

raise | elate | Related terms |

Raise is a related term of elate.


As verbs the difference between raise and elate

is that raise is (label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate while elate is to make joyful or proud.

As a noun raise

is (us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

As an adjective elate is

elated; exultant.

Narrate vs Elate - What's the difference?

narrate | elate |


In lang=en terms the difference between narrate and elate

is that narrate is to relate a story or series of events by speech or writing while elate is to lift up; raise; elevate.

As verbs the difference between narrate and elate

is that narrate is to relate a story or series of events by speech or writing while elate is to make joyful or proud.

As an adjective elate is

elated; exultant.

Elate vs Cheer - What's the difference?

elate | cheer | Related terms |

Elate is a related term of cheer.


As a verb elate

is to make joyful or proud.

As an adjective elate

is elated; exultant.

As a noun cheer is

land, country, state, territory, shore.

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