Exultantly – meaning of the word and examples

Exulting; highly elated; jubilant; triumphant. (Dictionary.com)

Very happy, especially at someone else’s defeat or failure. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Filled with or expressing great joy or triumph: Jubilant. (Merriam – Webster)


Bound or jump with joy; move clumsily or heavily, move boisterously or clumsily, move exultantly. 


Don’t walk upon the earth exultantly.


“Look!” cried Crawford exultantly. “What you see? . . . Jim!” “Amber’s mirage!”


Breaking the chains of routine, “flying exultantly under the stars”.


I hold you exultantly beloved.


Somebody’s happy: Kirk Gibson of Detroit Tigers perches exultantly on third base after slashing…


When his glory is revealed you may also rejoice exultantly.


Happy 3-year old caucasian child is exultantly bathing in bathtub outdoors in sunny summer day and warm weather.



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