No great roars of joy or exultation sounded off up and down the Mall.
There are moments of exultation and frustration, of nail-biting anxiety, and the normal banter that characterizes any workplace.
He remembered his exultation as the two brothers walked together among bluebells.
The look of the renegade was full of unholy triumph, and Henry knew that he was there for the special purpose of exultation.
There was no time for exultation, even if he had felt that way.
The old man was trembling with the fever of his exultation, and fairly hopped as he stood before Foma.
The fashionable matron may feel some degree of exultation as she regards the splendor of her newly furnished reception-room.
I cannot express my feeling of exultation at this discovery.
He reads it in her eyes, her voice, in the exultation visible in every feature.
The screams and yells of exultation were such as cannot be imagined.
early 15c., from Old French exultacion, from Latin exultationem/exsultationem, noun of action from past participle stem of exultare/exsultare, frequentative of exsilire "leap out or up" (see exult). Notion is of leaping or dancing for joy. An Old English word for it was heahbliss "high bliss."