Antonyms for exulted

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The Americans exulted at the failure of the man-of-war's man, and the English doubted.

The Germans then exulted in the fact that not a Russian was left on German soil.

"We must go back," she told him and exulted in his moodiness.

Locked in the room, going down to certain death, he exulted.

He exulted thus at the idea that he had "paid out the stuck-up beggar after all."

"I told you she'd have you a part of the landscape," exulted Fred.

He exulted in the glorious thought; nevertheless her tears pained him.

Far from feeling guilty, I rejoiced and exulted in our dangers.

He exulted in the possession of a new sense which made all these people lovable.

As he battered at that bank of clay he exulted in his power.