Examples of exultant in a Sentence
The crowd let out an exultant cheer.
Researchers are exultant over the new discovery.
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Republicans delivered their sweeping plan to an exultant President Donald Trump, who signed it into law Friday.
Among the team’s most exultant fans was Eddie Vedder, the frontman for Pearl Jam.
Solo voices, his 22-voice chorus and the 14 period instrumentalists produced a reading of exultant spirituality in which historically informed scholarship and lively re-creative intelligence came together on an intimate scale.
The communiques out of the U.S. Mission to the United Nations were exultant on Monday.
The Freedom Party’s Strache was exultant that the negative media coverage hadn’t prevented his party from gaining votes.
Scalise’s exultant appearance marked his first return to the House since the June 14 shooting.
New Philharmonic: Music director Kirk Muspratt and his orchestra begin the 2017-18 season with Mahler’s exultant Symphony No.
What Joiner found was the terrifying, exultant beauty of the desert.
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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
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