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exult (verb), exults; exulted; exulting
To express or to feel elation, happiness, or excitement; especially, because of some kind of successful accomplishment: When the writer, Mr. Jackson, heard that his new novel was at the top of the book sales, he was exulting with his wife and friends at a local restaurant.

Mary and the other the students exulted when the last day of school finally arrived.

The country was exulting and celebrating when the war ended.

The football team and their fans exulted at their winning of the final championship game.

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