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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gloat.

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Examples

  • Her name gloated in the corner of those little white cards with the pink stripe across the top.

    The Queen of Everything

  • a voice gloated from the darkness, and the hulking form of Tonio appeared.

    Spell of Magic – Part 4 « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

  • Earlier, in my 11:26am post, I identified the one right-wing blogger who "gloated" over the troll's death.

    "You may have seen that some Hillary Clinton 'sock puppets' were recently outed on a New Hampshire blog, to the campaign’s great embarrassment."

  • 'gloated' but I'm merely stating the fact that they ARE a beatable side and whenever this has happened; it's always been because of their own doing.

    Muti

  • Dash gloated for a minute, but then a melted candy snapped off its vine and fell on her head.

    Magic Hearts

  • How the demons and vampires in the ward had gloated!

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • When Mars chose that bitch over her, and then practically gloated about it by allowing it to be captured on the covers of virtually every entertainment tabloid on the newsstands, it was the kind of slap in the face that was more than a woman like Portia Foster could take.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • I am sure that Edmund Burke would never have gloated over the defeat of the Trinity College football team or the Middle Temple hockey team, if those great institutions had football and hockey teams.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Self-hating Wolverine

  • When Mars chose that bitch over her, and then practically gloated about it by allowing it to be captured on the covers of virtually every entertainment tabloid on the newsstands, it was the kind of slap in the face that was more than a woman like Portia Foster could take.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • Bin Laden later gloated that every dollar al-Qaeda invested in the operation cost the U.S. economy $1 million dollars: a leveraged investment of $500,000 by al-Qaeda in its “Holy Tuesday” operation ultimately cost the American economy $500 billion.

    The Longest War

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