exultation

[ UK /ɛɡzəltˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a feeling of extreme joy
  2. the utterance of sounds expressing great joy
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How To Use exultation In A Sentence

  • The woman is trying to cover up her failing marriage by uttering jingoistic exultations in the midst of other people.
  • And sometimes Smoke wanted to shout aloud, to chant a paean of savage exultation, as he remembered the office of the Billow and the serial story of San Francisco which he had left unfinished, along with the other fripperies of those empty days. THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE
  • This verse is the expression of her exultation and the affirmation of her AÑÑĀ. 89 84 Psalms of the Sisters
  • You may even have sung in a church choir, helping voices rise in spiritual exultation before trading in your satiny robe.
  • And when they cross the finishing line in front, concern and worry give way to exultation, binding you even closer to such heroes.
  • The rider cries out in exultation, arms up in triumph.
  • Drunk in exultation of kissing her high heel toes.
  • I was not going to thank him, or shout with exultation as I wanted to. DOWNTOWN
  • My companion made no reply; his face ceased to shine, and as he sat whizzing past his dinner, I mentally compared his recent exultation with that of those who in the present day extol much of its spirit, use many of its arguments, and partake in most of its triumphs, in utter ignorance as to whitherwards it is all tending as surely as the Great Western rails run into Paddington. Obiter Dicta
  • I felt a tremendous sense of relief and exultation.
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