Examples of exultant in a Sentence
The crowd let out an exultant cheer.
Researchers are exultant over the new discovery.
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Sweets are thrust into the mouths of exultant opposition politicians as the cameras look on.
Exultant armies and militias now occupy the ground once held by the caliphate.
At first tentative about her sexual identity, Corrigan’s Alison gets one of the musical’s most endearing numbers, an exultant ode to her new love, Joan (the terrific Kally Duling).
Romero said of that moment of achievement that was neither joyful nor exultant.
But look closer: The exultant vitality that made this woman the warrior queen of the dance floor is gone.
Saudi Arabia signals curbs will be rolled into next year Oil market attention shifts to potential oversupply in 2018 When Khalid Al-Falih arrived at Davos in late January, the Saudi oil minister was exultant.
As a kind of human pace car, Timberlake set a goofy, exultant tone.
The whole area is a vast, perpetual, swirling technorave, 100,000 exultant electronica fans gathered from all over the world to pay homage to the 20th century’s supremely influential band.
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First Known Use of exultant
Synonymscock-a-hoop, crank [chiefly dialect], crowing, exulting, glorying, jubilant, prideful, proud, rejoicing, triumphant
Related Wordsecstatic, elated, euphoric; arrogant, boastful, cocky; conquering, victorious, winning
Near Antonymscrestfallen, defeated, dejected, depressed, disconsolate, dispirited, downcast
EXULTANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exultant for English Language Learners
: very happy and excited
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