Origin of gloat
synonym study for gloat
OTHER WORDS FROM gloatgloater, noungloat·ing·ly, adverbun·gloat·ing, adjective
How to use gloat in a sentence
Team Christie has greeted the committee's news with somewhat predictable gloating.Democrats Clear Christie In Bridgegate Investigation|Olivia Nuzzi|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Democrats nationally were already gloating about the results on Tuesday night.
He stands over the body, gloating, and then demanding a full confession.
Hakeemullah was later seen on tape gloating with the bomber over the plot.Pakistani Taliban Leader Hakeemullah Mehsud Killed In U.S. Drone Strike|Bill Roggio|November 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After we finish laughing malevolently and gloating sometime in December, would it change things in the actual world?The Blowout Scenario Following a Possible Obama Landslide|Michael Tomasky|October 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When Lawrence came to, there were two guerrillas standing gloating over him.The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn
Nor could he ever forget standing there in Sergeant McGinty's office while the sergeant did a bit of triumphant gloating.
The man only smiled, an evil and gloating smile, which Mr. Gryce thought it his duty to cut short.The Circular Study|Anna Katharine Green
This he actually forced me to do, gloating over my horror as I removed for him the traces of his cowardly crime.The Czar's Spy|William Le Queux
Narth leaned forward, his face shining with the malice of his gloating.Space Prison|Tom Godwin