elated vs gleeful what difference

what is difference between elated and gleeful

English

Etymology

Latin elatus (raised).

Pronunciation

Adjective

elated (comparative more elated, superlative most elated)

  1. Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased, euphoric.
    She was elated with her new car.

Synonyms

  • ecstatic
  • euphoric
  • exultant
  • joyful
  • jubilant
  • overjoyed

Antonyms

  • displeased
  • dissatisfied

Derived terms

  • elatedly (adverb)

Related terms

  • elation (noun)

Translations

Verb

elated

  1. simple past tense and past participle of elate

Anagrams

  • delate


English

Alternative forms

  • gleefull (archaic)

Etymology

From glee +‎ -ful.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈɡliːfəl/

Adjective

gleeful (comparative more gleeful, superlative most gleeful)

  1. Exuberantly or triumphantly joyful.

Synonyms

  • elated
  • exhilarated
  • high-spirited
  • overjoyed

Related terms

  • glee
  • gleefully

Translations

Anagrams

  • Fluegel

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