Crazy people who gloated about my being uninsured, and afflicted by an autoimmune disease.
Harry and Dalton stood by for a half minute and gloated with him.
He gloated over the sufferings of those who were of his own flesh and blood.
We sorted and gloated like hungry tigers that in the ecstasy of possession merely lick their food.
Taddy gloated on his enemy, and began to pick up again from that hour.
He gloated over this monstrous idea, telling himself that in this way, whatever happened, he would glut his desire for revenge.
He gloated over the words, and tapped his pocket as he repeated them.
So next morning we gloated over the thought of the sell that porter was in for, and Dicky was more deeply gloating than any one.
Had revenge been all I sought of him, how I might have gloated over his miserable downfall!
How I gloated over the idea, that I would take the plague from her, resolved never to ask her consent.
1570s, "to look at furtively," from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse glotta "to grin, smile scornfully, show the teeth," Swedish dialectal glotta "to peep;" or from Middle High German glotzen "to stare, gape." Sense of "to look at with malicious satisfaction" first recorded 1748. Related: Gloated; gloating. As a noun, from 1640s with sense of "side-glance;" 1899 as "act of gloating."