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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of exult.


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  • ZMF exulted, which is at least as succinct and pointed as what - Indie Eye

  • The cheerfulness of spirit with which the invalid encountered every fresh distress, and 'exulted' in every pleasant sight and trifling pleasure, during those days at Ryde, is very fully reflected in the following letter, happily preserved from the untoward fate which has apparently befallen every other intimate word from his pen.

    Henry Fielding A Memoir

  • When he heard that his sister and her husband had changed their minds and would not send their children to dancing school, John Adams exulted.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Whoops went up at the Edison as early raves were coming in for The Normal Heart and Joel Grey exulted: Anything Goes and The Normal Heart.

    Regina Weinreich: Joel Grey: Museum of the City of NY, The Normal Heart and Anything Goes

  • "Say, I don't get stiffened any more after an all-day tramp," he exulted.


  • And in the moment that followed, when he crushed her in his arms, the brain of her, concerned with the superficial aspects of life, was in revolt; while the heart of her, the woman of her, concerned with life itself, exulted triumphantly.

    Chapter 26

  • Now he enjoyed it, exulted in it, went looking for it.


  • "It's just booful, the way it peters out," he exulted when a shovelful of dirt contained no more than a single speck of gold.

    All Gold Canon

  • Many exulted for her, and not a few were envious of her, in that she had won a husband and to freedom from the suffocating slavery of the ironing board.


  • "A pretty tale for the court in Seattle," he exulted.



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