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verb as in be joyful

verb as in boast

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You might recall that McCarthy famously exulted in 2015 that GOP Benghazi investigations were a success because Hillary Clinton’s “numbers are dropping.”

Bell, one of the Nationals’ highest-profile offseason acquisitions, pumped his fist and exulted as the ball exited for his fourth homer of the season.

I would like to see the College of Fine Arts not only reestablished, but see it exulted.

“This is a shot in the arm, no pun intended,” exulted Jay Kornegay, vice president of the SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas, the city’s largest sportsbook.

Picture a Senate where nothing gets through unless it gets through me, and where I exult in thwarting the agenda of the opposing party at every turn, even for wafer-thin reasons.

Since his videos exult in the killing of innocent civilians, any cross-examination would have emphasised his inhumanity.

Could she obtain a triumphant acquittal, through the force of her own integrity, she would greatly exult.

It caused her to exult in the face of the great golden October sunset piled high in the west.

They heard but saw nothing, only the savage heart of brutus found time to exult—his enemies were perishing.

They are desperate, then, and seem to exult in devilry of all kinds.

We went on to exult in the noble independence of the American character in all classes, at some length.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exult, such as: rejoice, celebrate, cheer, jubilate, be delighted, and be elated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.