gloat definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To feel or show great, often destructive, enjoyment or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your rival's misfortune.
    • To feel or express great, often malicious, satisfaction or self-satisfaction: never gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with passionate desire, lust, or avarice.
    • to appear steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with cancerous satisfaction; to exult maliciously, occasionally additionally triumphantly, in another's loss or discomfort; -- frequently in a negative good sense.
    • To gaze with malignant pleasure; to exult maliciously, often in addition triumphantly, an additional's reduction or disquiet; -- generally in a negative sense.
    • To feel or express great, frequently malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic desire, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with cancerous pleasure; to exult maliciously, occasionally in addition triumphantly, an additional's loss or disquiet; -- often in a poor good sense.
    • To feel or express great, often malicious, satisfaction or self-satisfaction: Don't gloat over your competitor's misfortune.
    • To feel or show great, frequently malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • to appear steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with malignant pleasure; to exult maliciously, sometimes also triumphantly, in another's reduction or discomfort; -- typically in a bad feeling.
    • To feel or express great, usually destructive, enjoyment or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with malignant satisfaction; to exult maliciously, sometimes in addition triumphantly, an additional's loss or vexation; -- frequently in a poor sense.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with passionate need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with cancerous satisfaction; to exult maliciously, sometimes in addition triumphantly, in another's loss or disquiet; -- generally in a negative sense.
    • To feel or express great, usually harmful, enjoyment or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your competitor's misfortune.
    • To feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction: never gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • to appear steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic need, lust, or avarice.
    • To feel or express great, often destructive, satisfaction or self-satisfaction: never gloat over your competitor's misfortune.
    • To feel or show great, usually malicious, enjoyment or self-satisfaction: never gloat over your rival's misfortune.
    • To gaze with cancerous satisfaction; to exult maliciously, sometimes also triumphantly, an additional's reduction or disquiet; -- typically in a bad feeling.
    • To feel or express great, usually destructive, pleasure or self-satisfaction: do not gloat over your opponent's misfortune.
    • To feel or show great, often harmful, satisfaction or self-satisfaction: cannot gloat over your rival's misfortune.
    • to check steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with malignant satisfaction; to exult maliciously, sometimes additionally triumphantly, in another's loss or disquiet; -- typically in a bad sense.
    • to appear steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with enthusiastic desire, lust, or avarice.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with passionate need, lust, or avarice.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with passionate need, lust, or avarice.
    • To look steadfastly; to gaze earnestly; to gaze with passionate need, lust, or avarice.
    • To gaze with cancerous satisfaction; to exult maliciously, often additionally triumphantly, in another's loss or vexation; -- typically in a bad sense.
    • To gaze with malignant pleasure; to exult maliciously, sometimes additionally triumphantly, an additional's loss or vexation; -- usually in a bad good sense.
    • To gaze with malignant pleasure; to exult maliciously, sometimes also triumphantly, an additional's reduction or vexation; -- usually in a bad feeling.
    • To gaze with cancerous satisfaction; to exult maliciously, often in addition triumphantly, in another's loss or vexation; -- often in a poor good sense.
  • noun:
    • The act of gloating.
    • The act of gloating.
    • A feeling of great, often harmful, enjoyment or self-satisfaction.
    • a sense of great, frequently destructive, pleasure or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or example of gloating.
    • An act or example of gloating.
    • a nearby English name for many different eel, of method dimensions and dark color.
    • destructive satisfaction
    • The work of gloating.
    • a sense of great, frequently destructive, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • A local English name for multiple eel, of medium dimensions and dark shade.
    • an area English name for a number of eel, of method dimensions and dark color.
    • harmful pleasure
    • malicious pleasure
    • The act of gloating.
    • The act of gloating.
    • A feeling of great, often malicious, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • a sense of great, usually destructive, pleasure or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • an area English name for multiple eel, of medium size and dark color.
    • malicious pleasure
    • The work of gloating.
    • a sense of great, frequently destructive, pleasure or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • A local English title for a number of eel, of method size and dark color.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • a nearby English title for many different eel, of medium dimensions and dark color.
    • malicious satisfaction
    • malicious pleasure
    • The work of gloating.
    • A feeling of great, usually harmful, enjoyment or self-satisfaction.
    • The act of gloating.
    • a sense of great, frequently destructive, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • The act of gloating.
    • The act of gloating.
    • The act of gloating.
    • The work of gloating.
    • a sense of great, usually harmful, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • a sense of great, usually destructive, enjoyment or self-satisfaction.
    • A feeling of great, usually malicious, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • a sense of great, frequently malicious, satisfaction or self-satisfaction.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • An act or example of gloating.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • An act or instance of gloating.
    • an area English title for multiple eel, of medium size and dark shade.
    • a nearby English name for many different eel, of method dimensions and dark shade.
    • destructive pleasure
    • an area English name for many different eel, of method dimensions and dark color.
    • A local English name for a number of eel, of method size and dark color.
    • a nearby English name for a number of eel, of medium size and dark shade.
    • an area English name for many different eel, of medium size and dark color.
    • harmful pleasure
    • destructive satisfaction
    • destructive satisfaction
    • harmful pleasure
    • malicious satisfaction
  • verb:
    • showing a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • To exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • look at or think about one thing with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or joy
    • To exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • look at or think about something with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or joy
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • look at or contemplate anything with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or happiness
    • showing a conspicuous feeling of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • showing a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • gaze at or contemplate something with great self-satisfaction, satisfaction, or happiness
    • showing a conspicuous feeling of self-satisfaction, usually at an adversary's misfortune.
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • gaze at or contemplate some thing with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or happiness
    • gaze at or consider something with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or happiness
    • To exhibit a conspicuous feeling of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • to demonstrate a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • To exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, usually at an adversary's misfortune.
    • To exhibit a conspicuous feeling of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.
    • To exhibit a conspicuous feeling of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune.
    • showing a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, frequently at an adversary's misfortune.
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • gaze at or think of something with great self-satisfaction, satisfaction, or pleasure
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • dwell on with pleasure
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • look at or think about some thing with great self-satisfaction, satisfaction, or delight
    • gaze at or think about some thing with great self-satisfaction, satisfaction, or pleasure
    • look at or think of some thing with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or happiness
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • look at or contemplate anything with great self-satisfaction, satisfaction, or pleasure
    • dwell on with satisfaction
    • look at or contemplate some thing with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or joy
  • others:
    • To throw a sidelong glimpse or ray; look furtively.
    • To stare; gaze intently; particularly, to live or ponder with pleasure, as upon something that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt tendency: since, to gloat throughout the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat on the spoil of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • To throw a sidelong glance or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; gaze intently; particularly, to dwell or ponder with pleasure, as upon a thing that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt propensity: as, to gloat across corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat across spoil of a rival.
    • To throw a sidelong look or ray; look furtively.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • To stare; look intently; especially, to live or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt tendency: because, to gloat within the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat across spoil of a rival.
    • To convey by a look or a glance.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • To cast a sidelong glimpse or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; look intently; especially, to dwell or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something which gratifies an evil passion or a corrupt propensity: because, to gloat across corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat across harm of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • To cast a sidelong look or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; gaze intently; specifically, to dwell or ponder with satisfaction, as upon something that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt propensity: because, to gloat on the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat across spoil of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • To convey by a look or a glance.
    • To cast a sidelong glance or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; look intently; specifically, to live or ponder with pleasure, as upon something that gratifies an evil passion or a corrupt propensity: because, to gloat on the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat on the damage of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to mention by an appearance or a glimpse.
    • To throw a sidelong glimpse or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; gaze intently; specifically, to dwell or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something that gratifies an evil passion or a corrupt propensity: because, to gloat within the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat throughout the harm of a rival.
    • To throw a sidelong look or ray; look furtively.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to mention by a look or a glance.
    • To stare; gaze intently; especially, to live or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something that gratifies an evil passion or a corrupt tendency: as, to gloat throughout the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat over the harm of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • To cast a sidelong glance or ray; look furtively.
    • To cast a sidelong look or ray; look furtively.
    • To cast a sidelong glance or ray; look furtively.
    • To cast a sidelong glimpse or ray; look furtively.
    • To look; look intently; specifically, to dwell or ponder with pleasure, as upon something which gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt tendency: because, to gloat on the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat on the ruin of a rival.
    • To look; look intently; especially, to dwell or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something that gratifies an evil passion or a corrupt propensity: because, to gloat on the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat on the ruin of a rival.
    • To stare; look intently; particularly, to dwell or ponder with enjoyment, as upon something that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt propensity: as, to gloat throughout the corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat throughout the harm of a rival.
    • To stare; gaze intently; specifically, to dwell or ponder with enjoyment, as upon a thing that gratifies an evil enthusiasm or a corrupt tendency: since, to gloat across corpse of an enemy; to gloat upon a lascivious spectacle; to gloat within the ruin of a rival.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • Synonyms 2. Gaze, etc. See stare.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • to share by a look or a glance.
    • To convey by a look or a glance.
    • to share by a look or a glance.

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