Antonyms for exultantly

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"We shall be at sea at least two days longer," he said, exultantly.

"I thought you were so anxious to race," he said, exultantly, as well he might.

"Lots of mail for you two," I cried, exultantly bursting into the cabin.

"They're all dead in here," cried the young Frenchman exultantly.

"I knew jolly well I would draw a horse," he said exultantly.

“She never would have dared say that to me before,” she cried to herself, exultantly.

"And I broke up your camping trip, anyway," he added, exultantly.

"Here's a bit about us, miss," he said exultantly, with thumb against the paragraph.

"The Kaffirs did not dare to attack the place," the Arab said exultantly.

"He's getting it from the commander-in-chief," said Theodore exultantly.

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