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used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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feel or express extreme happiness or elation
  • She was here with the news and was in such a state of radiant exultation as I have never seen.
    Chapter 32 (48% in)
  • Ta!" he exulted.
    Chapter 2 (70% in)
  • "Look, turn thy head," and then their mouths were tight together and she lay close pressed against him and her mouth opened a little gradually and then, suddenly, holding her against him, he was happier than he had ever been, lightly, lovingly, exultingly, innerly happy and unthinking and untired and unworried and only feeling a great delight and he said, "My little rabbit.
    Chapter 7 (66% in)
  • Golz, he thought in a mixture of horror and exultation as a man might feel hearing that a business enemy had been killed in a particularly nasty motor accident or that some one you hated but whose probity you had never doubted had been guilty of defalcation.
    Chapter 42 (47% in)

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