He wanted to talk about Leora, to shout about Leora, to exult in her, his woman.
"Good night, dear love—my love forever," he exulted.
They sat on the back stoop, exulting in freedom from Tozers.
The speed, the casting away of all caution, wrought in him a high exultation, and it was blessed to be in the cool air and alone, after the strain of Mrs. Novak’s watching.
"I’m free, by thunder at last I’m free, because I’ve worked up to something that’s worth being free for!" he exulted.
Then to his laboratory at McGurk was brought a black-and-red card: CLIFFORD L. CLAWSON (Clif) TOP NOTCH GUARANTEED OIL INVESTMENTS Higham Block Butte "Clif! Good old Clif! The best friend a man ever had! That time he lent me the money to get to Leora! Old Clif! By golly I need somebody like him, with Terry out of it and all these tea-hounds around me!" exulted Martin.
He exulted, "I’m going to have ’cause all—the fame of Max Gottlieb—I mean his ability—and the lovely music and lovely women— Golly!
This is real sure-enough life," he exulted, and he did not permit himself to see the vision of Max Gottlieb waiting there, so gaunt, so tired, so patient.
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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.