Examples of exult in a Sentence
“That was the best meal I've ever had!” he exulted.
the winners of the Super Bowl spent the next week exulting in their victory
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Much of the team—hell, much of the entire operation—looked on reporters as rats in the corncrib, just waiting for the ultimate failure in which to exult.
Its fall reconfigured the Syrian battleground: The Saudis and Turks resigned themselves to Assad’s rule, and their rivals exulted in a victory that seemed to justify years of blood and treasure.
With headliners including Flying Lotus, Princess Nokia, Animal Collective, Zola Jesus, Omar Souleyman, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Premier, Derrick May and 808 State, Moogfest featured performers whose music exults in technology.
As the main songwriter for Soundgarden — both on his own and supplying lyrics and melodies for other band members’ riffs — Mr. Cornell helped forge grunge: rock that used all its power to question rather than to exult.
Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders exulted the day after.
Tameilau drove in for a hoop, scoring while drawing the foul as Blythe exulted on the Eastside bench.
Meanwhile, Breitbart briefly ditched its aggressive populism to exult in Trump's selection of Gorsuch.
The pop-music media, which exults at any opportunity to poke fun at The Artist, made maximum hay out of its slide into obscurity.
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EXULT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exult for English Language Learners
: to feel or show great happiness
: to say (something) in a very excited and happy way
EXULT Defined for Kids
History for exult
When we exult we feel like jumping for joy. At first the English word exult meant “to jump for joy.” Exult came from a Latin word exsultare that meant literally “to jump up.” This word was formed from the prefix ex-, meaning “out,” and the verb saltare, meaning “to jump.”
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