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exult
used in Main Street

8 uses
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Definition
feel or express extreme happiness or elation
  • It would be wonderful, she exulted, not to have to live in Other People's Houses, but to make her own shrine.
    Chapter 3 (91% in)
  • He shyly exulted: "Look!
    Chapter 3 (73% in)
  • She came home too seriously worried for hysteria; and when she found Kennicott waiting for her, and exulting, "Have a walk?
    Chapter 4 (33% in)
  • Carol hastened out of the shop exulting, "She didn't make fun of me....
    Chapter 9 (5% in)
  • Carol exulted.
    Chapter 17 (53% in)
  • While she wondered at the pearl texture of his ear she exulted, "I feel like an old woman, with a skin like sandpaper, beside him, and I'm glad of it!
    Chapter 20 (20% in)
  • Everywhere Carol heard that the war was going to bring a basic change in psychology, to purify and uplift everything from marital relations to national politics, and she tried to exult in it.
    Chapter 23 (11% in)
  • At the Bon Ton, Carol heard Nat Hicks the tailor exulting: "Old Perce certainly pulled a good one on this fellow Bjornstam that always is shooting off his mouth.
    Chapter 23 (65% in)

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