exultantly

[ UK /ɛɡzˈʌltəntli/ ]
[ US /ɪɡˈzəɫtəntɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an exultant manner
    it was exultingly easy
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How To Use exultantly In A Sentence

  • The machine moves steadily and inexorably through cutting and tunnel, over viaducts and under bridges, exultantly ignoring sun and storm alike.
  • You can't frighten me, dearest, _dearest_!" she said exultantly. The Opened Shutters
  • Hush, honey," Blue Dave cried, as exultantly as a child; "'fo' dey gits ter de big gate, I'll know deze yer bosses better dan ef dey wuz my br'er. Mingo And Other Sketches in Black and White
  • The clown was capering under the lamp, waving his fists exultantly above his head.
  • The Holy Man, with an air of supreme exhaustion and supreme ecstasy, reclad himself in his white mantle, and the faithful ones wiped their brows, and re-squatting on the ground exultantly vociferated _Allah_ about a hundred times, nodding their heads, and finally changing their cry into _Bou! Without Prejudice
  • Hush, honey," Blue Dave cried, as exultantly as a child; "'fo' dey gits ter de big gate, I'll know deze yer bosses better dan ef dey wuz my br'er. Mingo And Other Sketches in Black and White
  • In the city editor's cubby-hole, Bill Rankin was talking exultantly to his chief. Dear Carl
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