Exult – meaning of the word and example

To express great pleasure or happiness, especially at someone else’s defeat or failure. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you exult in a triumph or success that you have had, you feel and show great happiness and pleasure because of it. (Collins Dictionary)

To leap for joy. (Merriam – Webster)

Feel or show triumphant elation or jubilation. (Oxford Dictionaries)


When’s a good time to exult.



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