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1exultar formalregocijarseto exult in sth — regocijarse con algo
- Clergymen rejoiced, exulted and stupidly expected that it would last.
- I shall ascend my funeral pile triumphantly, and exult in the agony of the torturing flames.
- They root for the hero, exult at his successes, are anxious for his triumph, and suffer at his reversals.
- Jackson felt it in the steady beat of Lee's heart, a triumphant, reassuring sound the younger general silently exulted in.
- ‘How fresh this stale world seems,’ O'Driscoll exults.
- Its policies, the evangelical group Focus on the Family exults, have hit publishers ‘like a brick in the head’.
- In a film that harps upon the convoluted manipulations of Ali by others, undermining his immense desire to be the greatest - you end up feeling sorry for the great man, rather than exulting in his exploits in the ring.
- We see Liuzza running out into the street, exulting.
- Is he trustworthy enough so that you don't have to feel fearful about exulting over it in front of your conservative friends who seem mightily disdainful?
- It was, almost, as if he was exulting in our miseries.
- I'm going to be dancing all across the channel on the ferry, exulting in all my fresh true colours and being as cheerful as possible.
- It succeeds admirably, while exulting in a twisted demonic aesthetic.
- Alberta teachers weren't the only ones exulting in their court victory last week.
- You were exulting in your position as a leader in the front of the pack.
- ‘I think it's wonderful that he's going to be removed,’ he exulted over the phone from Oakland last week.
- ‘I've had it all,’ she exulted after her first book became a bestseller.
- He alternately endured and exulted in self-imposed exile - France, California, Switzerland, Sydney.
- Afterward, demonstrators exulted, equating their seduction of the cameras with victory.
- She has examined hundreds of war pictures in family photo albums where soldiers exulted in the ‘deadness’ of the enemy.
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