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exhilarating

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exhilarating

  1. exhilarate 的现在分詞

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exhilarating (比較級 more exhilarating最高級 most exhilarating)

  1. 激动人心的,振奋人心
    • 1991, Italo Calvino, Martin McLaughlin, transl., “Candide, or Concerning Narrative Rapidity”, 出自 Why Read the Classics?, New York, N.Y.: Mariner Books, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 出版於 2014, →ISBN頁號 103:
      What most delights us today in Candide is not the 'conte philosophique', nor its satire, nor the gradual emergence of a morality and vision of the world: instead it is its rhythm. With rapidity and lightness, a succession of mishaps, punishments and massacres races over the page, leaps from chapter to chapter, and ramifies and multiplies without evoking in the reader's emotions anything other than a feeling of an exhilarating and primitive vitality.
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    • 2012 4月 29, Nathan Rabin, “The Simpsons (Classic): ‘Treehouse Of Horror III’”, 出自 The A.V. Club[1],於17 October 2016歸檔自原頁面:
      Writing a "Treehouse Of Horror" segment has to be both exhilarating and daunting. It's exhilarating because it affords writers all the freedom in the world.
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    • 2021 9月 8, Dr Joseph Brennan, “Electric tramways at the heart of our seaside story”, 出自 RAIL, 期 939,頁號 59:
      "Like many other large resorts, the town operated electric tramways, with open-topped cars. The journey down the steep incline to the harbour must have been exhilarating at times, testing the brakes on the vehicles to the limit."
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