He expected the other to come round--to gloat
over his agony.
She adopted that easy attitude not in order to watch or gloat
over the body of Mr Verloc, but because of the undulatory and swinging movements of the parlour, which for some time behaved as though it were at sea in a tempest.
After the first few days, when he didn't know anybody, he re- ceived me as if I had come either to gloat
over an enemy or else to curry favour with a deeply wronged person.
Coun Marshall defended her comments when a fellow Facebook user said that they 'would have expected better from a so called community leader than to gloat
over someone's death.
not BCFC fans - you may very well be next.
If we win the title on Sunday we will enjoy the moment but we we won't be there to gloat
," he said.
On a website for supporters of the Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty group, members of a gang jailed for a campaign of threats and intimidation that saw them branded "urban terrorists" by a judge gloat
that life behind bars is "fantastically easy".
, advertise you won and enjoy it for a year.
If there is one thing I have discovered about football, it is just how dangerous it is to gloat
Tony was able to gloat
when Plymouth won at Ninian Park and now it's my turn,' said Jones.
The smaller panels that accompany certain works are much more akin to the passionate and violent activities catalogued by Dante; they hum with a busy damnation that Hieronymus Bosch and Sandow Birk would appreciate: Skeletons are piled in heaps; warring tribes brandish sticks and gloat
over dead animals; bodies hang from trees.
It's bad enough having to gnaw on the inedible beef au jus and starchy carrot sticks while listening to blowhards like Bill Parcells, Pat Riley, and Phil Jackson gloat
about their successes.
On the news that his archenemy, Post, had suffered a nervous breakdown after years of denouncing "coffee-slugged nerves," Tea & Coffee Trade Journal editor William Ukers wrote with sardonic glee, "We would not appear to gloat
over his misfortune.
I'm not one to deflate anyone's hard-earned gloat
, but it's possible that this profoundly costly approach to crime reduction--costly both in human consequences and government expenditures--is not the only reason America is enjoying a Leave It to Beaver era of crime-free communities.
Or xenophiles can gloat
about their private wine tasting of Penfolds Grange and dinner with Australia's finest winemaker.