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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exult.


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  • Grand tour: As Bloom notes -- or maybe "exults" -- such literary Darwinism has gone out of fashion.

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  • You feel Miller exults in the ultimate role-reversal in which the servant becomes the master.

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  • She exults in that: "By advancing into unknown territories, I entered into my life."

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  • Similarly, when Ms. Peters sings "In Buddy's Eyes," one of Sondheim's most gorgeous pieces, no irony registers when she exults in how she's "still the princess, still the prize" in the eyes of her husband.

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  • Amy exults in pelting rain her lipstick survives some of the worst weather since "Wuthering Heights", and hides humble treasures from the sea in her own secret grotto.

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  • “Well, it looks like the laws of gravity, elementary physics, and simple logic have been broken!” the second part of us exults.

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  • As he walks through the desolate Palestinian landscape, his soldier companion exults in the emptiness which he sees as proof of the superiority of the Zionist pioneers: Wow!

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  • And now let's set things to music, as Glee redeems its messy post-Super Bowl episode with a terrific Valentine's outing, as Puck pursues the plus-sized Lauren "an even bigger badass than me," he exults, Finn tries to woo Quinn back from behind a kissing booth, Kurt helps his unrequited crush Blaine stage a "Gap attack" serenade for a shaggy salesclerk — "Was it too much?"

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  • Serena Williams exults after finishing off Elena Dementieva in the semifinals at the Australian Open.

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  • They are often mean-spirited; the web site American Thinker is referred to as "American Stinker;" at one point an emailer exults in the death of a global warming skeptic; another one suggests that the Ph.D. of a prominent skeptic should be revoked because of an error he made decades ago in his dissertation; another says that he is tempted to "beat the crap out of" the same scientist.

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