exultant

[ ig-zuhl-tnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exultant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXULTANT

Many thousands had fallen and the Southern generals were exultant.

Then she was exultant, filled with enthusiastic pride in him.

"O, you shall hear," she promised tearfully, exultant to prove him wrong.

On from field to field, the line of gray followed in exultant pursuit.

He felt his craft vibrate to the exultant cheers of the fleet.

And Gyp, drawing a long, exultant breath, dropped her chin on her knees.

Ashton stared moodily into the exultant face of the engineer.

Others thought that there wasn't very much to be exultant over.

"It's great luck that Doris should be here," she said with an exultant note in her voice.

She nodded, and flashed a smile of exultant triumph round the hall.

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