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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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He sort of gloats about it which I don't like," he told students this week.
The letter gloats over the cancellation of an Israeli official's visit, condemns him unproven as a criminal and, yet again, calls for anti-Israel boycott.
And an impressive roster of names joined the cast, including Scott Thompson and John "Lypsinka" Epperson; Survivor winner-cum-convict Richard Hatch ("And we do reveal all of Hatch once and for all," gloats Stephens); Noah's Arc star Darryl Stephens; and talk show host Graham Norton, who plays a teacher possessing a monstrous, Tom of Finland-esque organ dubbed "Rodzilla.
Even Melissa Condren's Lavinia gloats a bit too much before she receives the play's worst treatment.
Lifer Hoare, 52 - who won pounds 7million - gloats in a letter from jail that the time in which victims can seek compensation has expired.
Coronation Street (ITV1): Ken is outraged as Roy wakens up to a living nightmare and Tracy gloats about winning her bet.
I think [gay rights] is an idea whose time is arriving," gloats Smith.
The Breakfast Table: Joel gloats over the Washington Post's
She's not much interested in making friends: ``Once they see me in action, they'll have a whole list of other reasons to hate my guts,'' she practically gloats.
The mainstream companies help legitimize what we're doing," gloats Asher.