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  • adv. In an exulting manner; with exultation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an exulting or triumphant manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an exultant manner


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  • The atheist glories in his disbelief, and calls exultingly upon those whose faith has become the stepping-stone to knowledge for proofs that he is not right in assuming to occupy the superior attitude of mind.

    Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul

  • "It has taken a big bit out of the mast, too," the boatswain called exultingly to Cyril.

    When London Burned : a Story of Restoration Times and the Great Fire

  • Swaying there like a furred Valkyrie above the final carnage of men and gods, she touched his imagination, and the blood surged exultingly along unknown channels, thrilling and uplifting.

    CHAPTER 14

  • Miss Margland now exultingly held out her hand: the decision was obliged to be prompt; Camilla delivered up the flowers, and ran into her own room.


  • 'There!' cried Miss Margland, exultingly, when they were gone; 'that gentleman is completely a gentleman.


  • And though they could never proceed a yard at a time, from the continual necessity of disentangling their dress from thorns and briars, he exultingly boasted that he should give them a good appetite for their dinner; and asked if this rural ramble did not make them begin to feel hungry.


  • 'You have done for yourself, now!' said he, exultingly; 'so you may be governed by that scare-crow, Miss Margland, at your leisure.


  • Indiana had now caught his eye; and though quickness was no part of her character, the tale it told had convinced her that her power, though no longer acknowledged was not extinguished; it required neither elemental precepts, nor sagacious perceptions, to make this discovery, and she exultingly determined to appease her late mortification, by reducing him to her feet.


  • The revellers started joyfully up at the sight of Donnerhugel and his companions, and saluted him, easily distinguished as he was by his stature, by the title of Captain, warmly and exultingly uttered, while, at the same time, every tendency to noisy acclamation was cautiously suppressed.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • A revolution such as this, raised expectations more sanguine than ever; and in quitting the house, he exultingly considered himself released from every obstacle to his views — till, just as he arrived home, he recollected his wife!



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