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ex·ul·tant

 (ĭg-zŭl′tənt)
adj.
Marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant.

ex·ul′tant·ly adv.
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exultant

(ɪɡˈzʌltənt)
adj
elated or jubilant, esp because of triumph or success
exˈultance, exˈultancy n
exˈultantly adv
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ex•ult•ant

(ɪgˈzʌl tnt)

adj.
highly elated; jubilant; triumphant.
[1645–55; < Latin]
ex•ult′ant•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exultant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or successexultant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success; "rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day"; "a triumphal success"; "a triumphant shout"
elated - exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits; "the elated winner"; "felt elated and excited"
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exultant

adjective joyful, delighted, flushed, triumphant, revelling, rejoicing, jubilant, joyous, transported, elated, over the moon (informal), overjoyed, rapt, gleeful, exulting, cock-a-hoop He was exultant over the team's unexpected win.
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exultant

adjective
Feeling or expressing an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
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Translations
مُبْتَهِج، فَرِح جدا
jublende
ujjongó
fagnandi

exultant

[ɪgˈzʌltənt] ADJ [person, shout, expression] → exultante, jubiloso
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

exultant

[ɪgˈzʌltənt] adj [shout, expression] → de triomphe
to be exultant [person] → jubiler, triompherex-wife [ˌɛksˈwaɪf] nex-femme f
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exultant

adj person, tonejubelnd; expression, smile, crytriumphierend; he was exultanter jubelte, er war in Jubelstimmung; exultant moodJubelstimmung f; the mood was less than exultantes herrschte nicht gerade Jubelstimmung
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exultant

[ɪgˈzʌltnt] adj (frm) (person, smile) → esultante; (shout, expression) → di giubilo
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exult

(igˈzalt) verb
(with in or at) to be very happy; to rejoice. They exulted in their victory / at the news of their victory.
exˈultant adjective
very happy (at a victory or success etc). exultant football fans.
ˌexulˈtation (eg-) noun
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References in classic literature ?
At the end of that time the child has, in all probability, added one more to the tombstones that crowd the Neo-Therapeutic Cemetery; but on rare occasions a glad procession bears back the little one to his exultant parents, no longer a Polygon, but a Circle, at least by courtesy: and a single instance of so blessed a result induces multitudes of Polygonal parents to submit to similar domestic sacrifices, which have a dissimilar issue.
In spite of his fear at the reckoning he must expect to pay for what he had done, he could see that it had been an object-lesson to me, and he became more domineering and exultant. Also there was a lust in him, akin to madness, which had come with sight of the blood he had drawn.
"Why, of course!" cried Biddy, with an exultant face.
They were as exultant over the success of their simple handiwork as any great captain at astonishing victory.
But more famous still than the sonnets is the Epithalamion or wedding hymn which he wrote in his lady's honor, and which ever since has been looked on as the most glorious love-song in the English language, so full is it of exultant, worshipful happiness.
Haggard Saint Antoine had had only one exultant week, in which to soften his modicum of hard and bitter bread to such extent as he could, with the relish of fraternal embraces and congratulations, when Madame Defarge sat at her counter, as usual, presiding over the customers.
This company was now at his heels, and after the first shock of mutual surprise, the Bishop gave an exultant shout and spurred upon the outlaw.
As it passed it set up an exultant deafening howl that drowned the thunder--"Aloo!
But it is not in human nature--only in human pretence--for a young man like Arthur, with a fine constitution and fine spirits, thinking well of himself, believing that others think well of him, and having a very ardent intention to give them more and more reason for that good opinion--it is not possible for such a young man, just coming into a splendid estate through the death of a very old man whom he was not fond of, to feel anything very different from exultant joy.
Determined to interrupt the TETE-E-TETE, I rose, and, selecting a piece of music from the music stand, stepped up to the piano, intending to ask the lady to play it; but I stood transfixed and speechless on seeing her seated there, listening, with what seemed an exultant smile on her flushed face to his soft murmurings, with her hand quietly surrendered to his clasp.
Philip had already left,--at the autumn quarter,--that he might go to the south for the winter, for the sake of his health; and this change helped to give Tom the unsettled, exultant feeling that usually belongs to the last months before leaving school.
I heard a yelling from many throats, a tumult of exultant cries passing down towards the beach, whooping and howling, and excited shrieks that seemed to come to a stop near the water's edge.