What is another word for exulting?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈʌltɪŋ] (IPA)

Exulting is a word that describes a feeling of great joy and satisfaction. There are many synonyms for this word that can be used to express the same sentiment in a variety of ways. Some of the most common synonyms include rejoicing, celebrating, elated, ecstatic, thrilled, overjoyed, exuberant, euphoric, jubilant, and exultant. Each of these words has a slightly different connotation and can be used to describe a variety of situations where one might feel a sense of triumph or happiness. By using these different synonyms, writers and speakers can convey their emotions more precisely and create more vivid images in the mind of their readers or listeners.

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What are the hypernyms for Exulting?

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

What are the opposite words for exulting?

Antonyms for the word "exulting" refer to words that express contrasting emotions or feelings. Some antonyms that come to mind are despondent, dejected, or disheartened. These words signify a sense of defeat, disappointment or unhappiness instead of the joy one feels when "exulting". Other possible antonyms for "exulting" include melancholy, miserable, unhappy, or woeful, all of which denote a state of sorrow or dissatisfaction. These opposite emotions highlight the importance of having a well-rounded vocabulary when seeking to precisely convey one's thoughts and emotions. By using antonyms, one can enrich and expand the range of expression.

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Usage examples for Exulting

The hollow ghost of Hallam's reputation may wholly fade here; but his exulting soul carries away unexpended powers for higher purposes, "And self-infolds the large results Of force that would have forged a name," had he been permitted to live.
"A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'"
Alfred Gatty
They soon stood beside each other on the aerial summit, and gazed with exulting awe into the fathomless depth below them.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse
Have you never, when looking at some great burning, found yourself exulting without remorse in the triumph and glory of fire?
"The Literature of Ecstasy"
Albert Mordell

Famous quotes with Exulting

  • In a traditional reading eating the apple was the original sin; but, as Gnostics understood the story, the two primordial humans were right to eat the apple. The God that commanded them not to do so was not the true God but only a demiurge, a tyrannical underling exulting in its power, while the serpent came to free them from slavery. True, when they ate the apple Adam and Eve fell from grace. This was indeed the Fall of Man – a fall into the dim world of everyday consciousness. But the Fall need not be final. Having eaten its fill from the Tree of Knowledge, humankind can then rise into a state of conscious innocence. When this happens, Herr C. declares, it will be ‘the final chapter in the history of the world'.
    John Gray (philosopher)
  • Yet of old the matter seemed even to be a law, and a certain law-giver among them bade the domestic slaves neither to use ointments when dry (i.e. except in bathing) nor to keep youths, giving the free this place of honor, or rather of shamefulness. Yet they, however, did not think the thing shameful, but as being a grand privilege, and one too great for slaves, the Athenian people, the wisest of people, and Solon who is so great among them, permitted it to the free alone. And sundry other books of the philosophers may one see full of this disease. But we do not therefore say that the thing was made lawful, but that they who received this law were pitiable, and objects for many tears. For these are treated in the same way as women that play the whore. Or rather their plight is more miserable. For in the case of the one the intercourse, even if lawless, is yet according to nature: but this is contrary both to law and nature. For even if there were no hell, and no punishment had been threatened, this were worse than any punishment. Yet if you say they found pleasure in it, you tell me what adds to the vengeance. For suppose I were to see a person running naked, with his body all besmeared with mire, and yet not covering himself, but exulting in it, I should not rejoice with him, but should rather bewail that he did not even perceive that he was doing shamefully.
    John Chrysostom
  • O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done! The ship has weathered every wrack, the prize we sought is won, The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting.
    Walt Whitman
  • Youth is too eager, forth it flings Itself upon exulting wings, Which seek the heaven they ask too near— One wild flight ends the bright career; With broken wing and darkened eye, Earth claims again its own to die.
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • So stands the statue that enchants the world, So bending tries to veil the matchless boast, The mingled beauties of exulting Greece.
    James Thomson (poet)

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