What is another word for exultant?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈʌltənt] (IPA)

Exultant is a word used to describe a feeling of great joy or triumph. However, sometimes writers may want to use a different synonym for this term while still conveying the same meaning. One possible synonym for exultant is ecstatic, which means to be extremely joyful or overjoyed. Another synonym is elated, which refers to a feeling of being very happy or thrilled. Another possible word is jubilant, which refers to a feeling of great celebration or rejoicing. Other synonyms for exultant include euphoric, delighted, thrilled, overjoyed, and exuberant. All these synonyms help to convey the same sense of intense happiness and joy.

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What are the hypernyms for Exultant?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for exultant?

Antonyms for the word "exultant" include gloomy, sad, disappointed, unhappy, and dejected. These are words that represent the opposite of the feeling of being exultant or triumphant. When someone is not exultant, they may feel down or frustrated, lacking in confidence or achievement. The opposite of feeling exultant is when emotions are negative, and nothing seems to be going right. While exultant signifies a positive feeling of winning and success, its antonyms reveal the emotions of failure, disappointment, loss, and negative outcomes. It is crucial to be aware of these antonyms as they help to understand the importance of experiencing a positive mentality to overcome negativity.

What are the antonyms for Exultant?

Usage examples for Exultant

All my frame-every limb and muscle-quickened with keen pleasure as my eye met the familiar lines, as yet familiar to one sense only, and then followed the inevitable, involuntary rush of exultant remembrance of my absolute possession now.
"To-morrow?"
Victoria Cross
They rose upwards, and with an exultant triumph I remembered I was free now to live and to love.
"To-morrow?"
Victoria Cross
But Sally is exultant.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan

Famous quotes with Exultant

  • The feeling of exultant joy that there is anyone like that in the world. I shall never see him again, and he did not notice me, or would ever, but there is such a person alive, there is such a life, and I am here on this earth, in this age, to know it!
    Anne Morrow Lindbergh
  • Yet why evoke the spectres of black night To blot the sunshine of exultant years?
    James Thomson (B.V.)
  • "I have made my choice, Hori. I will share my life with you for good or evil, until death comes..." With his arms round her, with the sudden new sweetness of his face against hers, she was filled with an exultant richness of living.
    Agatha Christie
  • The world suddenly opened up, and she was coming to new realizations and a greater awareness, concerning the nature of reality, and the world, which her mortal mind had previously been unable to conceive. She smiled her radiant goddess smile and began to laugh. Her omnipresent peals of mirth resonated through the forest, seeming to echo to the edges of the universe and back. She was getting her first glimpses of the world, seen through the eyes of a goddess; the first sweet tastes of a consciousness empowered beyond all human levels of comprehension, and her spirit was in exultant bliss.
    Alexei Maxim Russell

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