Examples of exultation in a Sentence
The crowd cheered in exultation.
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Whether the emotion is sadness, happiness, fear or exultation, the rise will be there just like the phoenix rises.
Midway through the six-week Freedom School program, a national initiative in its second summer at Milner, students had become well-versed in Afrocentric call-and-response, in affirmation and exultation, in letting their guard down enough to dream.
But while some might point to Khaled's exultations as a case of fatherly love (and a healthy dose of bias), there's a lot of truth to the hype around Asahd.
The exultation of Warren's Ellen Szostak was unmistakable Monday.
Sunday at Stafford Motor Speedway though, a side of Preece never seen before after an event poured out as the exultation of victory set in.
There are cries of exultation and howls of aggravation.
No more exultation: New Yorkers on a workday, amid crappy news, their own meshugaas, and the doldrums of winter.
Crowd estimates from last week’s presidential inauguration and Women’s March in Washington, D.C., provoked rage and exultation among constituencies battling over whose event was bigger.
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