exultantly


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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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Adv.1.exultantly - in an exultant manner; "it was exultingly easy"
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exultantly

[ɪgˈzʌltəntlɪ] ADVjubilosamente
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exultantly

advjubelnd; laughtriumphierend
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"There's a lot of work to do here!" he said once, looking about quite exultantly.
"That's a four-leaved clover," answered Peter exultantly. "That means good luck for the summer.
I suppose I was an odd little figure; I have been told that my anxiety to brighten her gave my face a strained look and put a tremor into the joke (I would stand on my head in the bed, my feet against the wall, and then cry excitedly, 'Are you laughing, mother?') - and perhaps what made her laugh was something I was unconscious of, but she did laugh suddenly now and then, whereupon I screamed exultantly to that dear sister, who was ever in waiting, to come and see the sight, but by the time she came the soft face was wet again.
"Very good," she cried exultantly. "It's mere simple arithmetic-- the adding of your adventure and my adventure together.
He did not know the tune, which was "Home, Sweet Home," but he knew it was saying, "Come back, Wendy, Wendy, Wendy"; and he cried exultantly, "You will never see Wendy again, lady, for the window is barred!"
"By the rood!" cried John, looking around him exultantly, "where have we seen since we left such noble cows, such fleecy sheep, grass so green, or a man so drunk as yonder rogue who lies in the gap of the hedge?"
"The last link," he cried, exultantly. "My case is complete."
He disgusted me much while with him, for when a horrid blowfly, bloated with some carrion food, buzzed into the room, he caught it, held it exultantly for a few moments between his finger and thumb, and before I knew what he was going to do, put it in his mouth and ate it.
"He'll kill'm, he'll kill'm sure," Bettles chanted exultantly. "I know.
"You didn't get the Porpoise," the Centipede said exultantly, as though his escape materially diminished our success.
It watched the toll of the seconds in tense silence, and through this silence the voice of Roberts rose exultantly:
Thereupon the released energy of England broke out exultantly into still more impetuous achievement in almost every line of activity.