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  • adv. In an exultant manner.

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  • adv. in an exultant manner

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Examples

  • "Why, mother, you are a woman, too!" she cried exultantly, as they stood up, catching her mother's hands and standing erect, facing her in the twilight, conscious of a strangely sweet equality between them.

    Chapter 19

  • Miss West cried out exultantly, as she wrung the rain from her ropes of hair which had gone adrift in the turmoil.

    CHAPTER XXVIII

  • "And that was the last of the Mukumuks," Lone Chief repeated exultantly.

    THE SICKNESS OF LONE CHIEF

  • "You didn't get the Porpoise," the Centipede said exultantly, as though his escape materially diminished our success.

    A Raid on the Oyster Pirates

  • Outside afterward, Siegel raised her arms exultantly as Kopelov, in a wheelchair, held out a marriage certificate.

    Couples Wed on 1st Day of Legal Gay Marriage in New York

  • I saw Demetrios Contos looking back from his boat, and heard the vindictive and mocking tones of his voice as he shouted exultantly.

    DEMETRIOS CONTOS

  • “I did it, Rakyn!” he said exultantly when the need to vomit subsided.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Five

  • They were just hooting and hollering exultantly over the

    Mary Mapes: We Are All Eyewitnesses

  • "Take a look, my brave sailormen!" he cried exultantly.

    THE PEARLS OF PARLAY

  • And a moment later, tearing herself half out of his embrace, suddenly and exultantly she reached up and placed both hands upon Martin Eden's sunburnt neck.

    Chapter 21

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