I was never tired of seeing Charley in the full enjoyment of that great dignity, standing before me with her youthful face and figure, and her steady manner, and her childish exultation breaking through it now and then in the pleasantest way.
"No, no!" cried Richard exultingly.
I have looked forward to it," he said exultingly, "for months on months!
I felt so triumphant ever to have known the man who had done such generous and gallant deeds, I felt such glowing exultation in his renown, I so admired and loved what he had done, that I envied the storm-worn people who had fallen at his feet and blessed him as their preserver.
"The day on which I take the happiest and best step of my life—the day on which I shall be a man more exulting and more enviable than any other man in the world—the day on which I give Bleak House its little mistress—shall be next month then," said my guardian.
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While she enjoyed the endless coverage and exultation of Amy Elliott Dunne.
Gillian Flynn -- Gone Girl
It was wild and exulting, like a hawk’s shrill cry.