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ex•ult /ɪgˈzʌlt/USA pronunciation v. [no object]

    to show or feel a lively or triumphant joy: The players exulted over their victory.
ex•ul•ta•tion /ˌɛgzəlˈteɪʃən, ˌɛksəl-/USA pronunciationn. [uncountable]

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exult /ɪɡˈzʌlt/ vb (intransitive)
  1. to be joyful or jubilant, esp because of triumph or success; rejoice
  2. (often followed by over) to triumph (over); show or take delight in the defeat or discomfiture (of)
Etymology: 16th Century: from Latin exsultāre to jump or leap for joy, from saltāre to leap

exultation /ˌɛɡzʌlˈteɪʃən/ n exˈultingly adv

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