exultation definition

  • noun:
    • The work or condition of rejoicing considerably.
    • The act of exulting; lively delight at success or triumph, or at any benefit attained; rapturous pleasure; victory.
    • The work of exulting; lively delight at success or victory, or at any benefit attained; rapturous pleasure; success.
    • The work of exulting; vibrant pleasure at success or victory, or at any advantage gained; great gladness; triumphant delight; triumph.
    • the utterance of sounds revealing great pleasure
    • a sense of severe pleasure
    • The work or condition of rejoicing greatly.
    • The act of exulting; vibrant joy at success or triumph, or at any benefit attained; rapturous delight; triumph.
    • The work of exulting; lively pleasure at success or success, or at any advantage attained; rapturous pleasure; triumph.
    • The act of exulting; vibrant delight at success or triumph, or at any benefit gained; great gladness; victorious delight; triumph.
    • the utterance of sounds expressing great joy
    • a feeling of extreme happiness

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