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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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Now near-enough every penalty these days, even the most brazen, is categorised as 'controversial' - Gillingham disputed the decision that earned the Sky Blues their first-half lead just as the respective teams contested all four spot-kicks in this corresponding fixture last season - but on this occasion there was no mistaking the genuine amazement and outrage in the Coventry camp, gloatingly reinforced by a chorus of 'We love you Lino' from the home supporters.
As people around the world united to condemn the attack, the Taliban gloatingly published pictures of the fighters responsible for the slaughter.
The other message is that here in the West Midlands, as elsewhere, although some candidates - probably the top two listed by Labour and UKIP and the top Conservative - can feel almost gloatingly confi-dent, there is, as the sports pundits say, still plenty to play for.
Now the designers of the Hornet's Nest must await the return of the wasps to the real nest--wasps that carry automatic rifles and grenades," Shariatmadari wrote gloatingly.
And China most certainly was pushed, as Owen Lattimore gloatingly affirmed.
He recorded his conquests gloatingly and in detail, usually in a ludicrous patois made up of French and Spanish with the odd Latin or Italian word thrown in:
If it wasn't so blatantly comic strip, this gloatingly violent thriller would be quite unacceptable.
A police officer is quoted as saying almost gloatingly, ``They won't be so loud when they realize they aren't going home with their vehicles tonight.
The A's moved on to Oakland and in 1966 I moved on to Chicago and the Cubs, which will make Mets fans instantly -- and gloatingly -- understand why I'm not crazy about them, either.
Yet, he acted in a highly partisan manner, gloatingly punching a laminated card from the Speaker's chair with the passage of each Contract bill.
Sky News gloatingly showed Gazza and Alan Shearer's Euro 96 goals against Scotland, as did the BBC.
3) The appearance of former generals at reunions began to hit the headlines not only in Germany but also abroad,(4) and East German propagandists could write gloatingly that the "organizations of former soldiers of the Hitler-Wehrmacht .
Just after Gloucester's eyes have been put out, he calls to the absent Edmund to avenge him and Regan gloatingly tells him it was Edmund who betrayed him to her and her husband.
Whilst Christ stands with lowered eyes and bound arms, his miseries are gloatingly exposed to the crowd by one of those to whom his mission was specially directed, a Moorish slave who drags Christ's cloak from his shoulders: 'servants and abjects flout me'.
It happens after she gloatingly reveals to a devastated Libby and Darren that Jack has broken his promise and signed the Car Lot over to her.