gloat

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relish

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malicious satisfaction

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gaze at or think about something with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or joy

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00am Wendy Turner, speaking with Anthea's permission, can barely contain her anger as she says: "I don't think anyone likes a gloater.
The terminal British disease ably fostered by this government, of "drag em all down to the lowest common denominator because we are so jealous and small minded" is impairing the gloaters ability to reason and realise that this event will actually hurt them and their families also.
The gloaters were out in full force today (Your Opinions, Nov.
Owen saw two further chances to silence his German gloaters go begging when, played through on both occasions, he hit the base of the post and then lofted a chip wide either side of an even better chance for Brdaric, who took an age to shoot when clear and ultimately hit Dudek's legs.
ON a mournful, melancholy day, they emerged grim-faced from Villa Park to walk the gauntlet of the gleeful gloaters and the goaders.
If the word becomes a tool for settling scores, muttering, and leveling accusations randomly, then it becomes a destructive tool that benefits the gloaters only.
To some gloaters it was seen as the final blow in the demise of a city which they deemed was not only at war with everyone else but, worst of all,itself.
There have been people just waiting for us to slip up,' says Cooke and this, he believes, says more about the gloaters than it does about his club.
But for Jaap Stam there was never any sweat - even though the vultures were circling and the gloaters were growing in number.
It was no secret that hopes were few and far between; that pessimists got ready to celebrate their accurate calculations; and that gloaters readied their poisonous smiles.
The gloaters have got squatters rights for a moment.
But where there are mourners, there are also gloaters.
But I wonder where the early-season gloaters will all be come next May when he has helped Manchester United to the Premiership title, as I fully expect him to do.