exultation

[ eg-zuhl-tey-shuh n, ek-suhl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exultation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXULTATION

A note of exultation in his laugh, like that in a blackbird's call, alone proclaimed it.

Into his voice came a tone of exultation indescribably ghastly.

Concerning Linda she could not resist a feeling of exultation.

She had gone home with a feeling of uplift and exultation in her heart.

Mr Plornish could not conceal his exultation in her accomplishments as a linguist.

This woman enjoyed the same sort of exultation in her own cleverness.

He walked along the apartments with the stride of exultation and triumph.

His heart beating madly with exultation, Sarka studied them.

And notwithstanding his efforts to do so, he could not entirely repress his delight and exultation.

As the prow drove forward down-stream, exultation entered into him.

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