exulting exulting  /ɪɡ ˈzəl tɪŋ/


  • (adj) joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success


  1. Now then people in the outside world got letters from her, exulting over the pictures she was taking of primitive dances and ceremonies.
  2. Sieglinde replies in long, high, exulting phrasesheroic music almost always rendered shaky or inaudible by light-voiced sopranos.
  3. Expectant and exulting, all Britain waited for the crowning to begin.


  • Way to Go, D.C.

    Vincent Orange is one of the members of the District of Columbia City Council currently exulting in victory over the poor people of Washington. In an 8 to 5 vote, the council elected to prevent the "underserved" poor people of the District from getting fresh produce and other food, a wide variety of good quality products at affordable prices, and some 1800 jobs, many of them entry-level.
    on July 12, 2013     Source: Mona Charen via Yahoo! News


  1. The city, Starr said, is "embracing and exulting in its urbanism."
    on May 2, 2007 By: Kevin Starr Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "It started out with accepting the fact that she was different from everyone else," says Mackie, "but then we wound up emphasizing it and finally exulting in it. She loves to get dressed up and the fans all like it, too."
    on Jan 2, 2010 By: Bob Mackie Source: Toronto Star

  3. "I must admit the Congress is exulting in arrogance as if it commanded 2/3rd majority in the Lok Sabha. They don't have a majority of their own but they took a decision on the formation of the Telangana state in the middle of night without...
    on Dec 17, 2009 By: Nitish Kumar Source: Economic Times

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