exult definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To celebrate significantly; be jubilant or victorious.
    • Obsolete To leap up, specifically for pleasure.
    • to stay large spirits; figuratively, to jump for delight; to celebrate in success or extremely; to success.
    • To celebrate significantly; be jubilant or triumphant.
    • Obsolete To jump upward, specifically for delight.
    • to stay in large spirits; figuratively, to jump for happiness; to rejoice in victory or extremely; to triumph.
  • verb:
    • to celebrate, be very happy
    • experience severe happiness or elation
    • to express great happiness
    • to celebrate, be happy
    • feel extreme happiness or elation
    • to convey great happiness
  • others:
    • To leap for pleasure; rejoice extremely; particularly, to celebrate in triumph; victory: as, to exult over a fallen adversary.
    • To jump for happiness; rejoice exceedingly; especially, to rejoice in triumph; success: since, to exult over a fallen adversary.

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