exult

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  • verb

Synonyms for exult

be joyful

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revel

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Synonyms for exult

to feel or express an uplifting joy over a success or victory

to feel or take joy or pleasure

Synonyms for exult

feel extreme happiness or elation

to express great joy

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It's hard to walk away from something you've worked so hard at when you're having success,'' said Sartoris, now an assistant who has been coaching football continuously at Glendale since 1970 and can relate to the anxieties and exultations Bittner has gone through.
When people are ambivalent about something, or don't understand it, they put it down, and a lot of the media's exultations about "Art Market Crashes" had to do with this.
Users can access this information in several departments: "Talent", "Rant & Rave", which is updated weekly and contains observations, irritations, and exultations, "Beauty", "Horoscope", Intelligent Life" which offers book reviews, news of photographers, painters, etc.
To be there was to marvel at the drama football can produce and glory in the exultations of a crowd.
The Boss's 1980 double album is his most emotionally diverse, from the knockabout chart fodder like Hungry Heart and the glorious ringing exultations of Two Hearts, to deep beautiful bruisers such as Wreck On The Highway.
The latest executions by Daesh are tempting the western media to interpret it as a sign of Daesh's desperation, and by extension, a mark of the success of the US-led offensive against it, but these are premature exultations.
Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra Concert "Earthly Exultations,'' 7:30 p.
Palmer and Jordan are an insipid romantic pairing but they sing beautifully as the soundtrack swings from gooey ballads to upbeat exultations to the Lord.