Thus, while in equal scales their fortune stood The Fury bath’d them in each other’s blood; Then, having fix’d the fight, exulting flies, And bears fulfill’d her promise to the skies.
Exulting Turnus, with regardless haste, Ascends the plank, and to the galley pass’d.
Exulting in his strength, he seems to dare His absent rival, and to promise war.
He springs to fight, exulting in his force His jointed armor rattles in the course.
With fury not unlike, nor less disdain, Exulting Turnus flies along the plain: His smoking horses, at their utmost speed, He lashes on, and urges o’er the dead.
Exulting in bright arms, he braves the prince: With his protended lance he makes defense; Bears back his feeble foe; then, pressing on, Arrests his better hand, and drags him down; Stands o’er the prostrate wretch, and, as he lay, Vain tales inventing, and prepar’d to pray, Mows off his head: the trunk a moment stood, Then sunk, and roll’d along the sand in blood.
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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.