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exultant

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adjective ex·ul·tant \ig-ˈzəl-tənt\

Simple Definition of exultant

  • : very happy and excited

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of exultant

  1. :  filled with or expressing great joy or triumph :  jubilant <an exultant cheer> <exultant fans>

exultantly adverb

Examples of exultant in a sentence

  1. The crowd let out an exultant cheer.

  2. Researchers are exultant over the new discovery.



1653

First Known Use of exultant

1653

Rhymes with exultant


EXULTANT Defined for Kids

exultant

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adjective ex·ul·tant \ig-ˈzəl-tənt\

Definition of exultant for Students

  1. :  very happy and excited

exultantly adverb




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