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Correct spelling:
To rejoice in or as in triumph; take a lively delight.


be on cloud nine, jubilate, jump for joy, rejoice, triumph, walk on air.
boast, delight, be jubilant.
be joyful
celebrate, cheer, jubilate, jump for joy, make merry, rejoice, be jubilant, be happy, be elated, be delighted, be in high spirits, be overjoyed.
bluster, brag, bully, crow, gloat, glory, revel, triumph, vaunt, show off, take delight in.
acclaim, carouse, celebrate, cheer, commemorate, enjoy, fete, frolic, glorify, hail, hallow, honor, inaugurate, jubilate, laud, make merry, memorialize, observe, party, praise, proclaim, rejoice, revel, salute, solemnize, trumpet, venerate.
exult, jubilate, rejoice, triumph, Exuberate.
Examples of usage:
  1. Whatever be within the silent and deep heart, pride, or courage, or callousness, or that stubborn firmness, which, once principle, has grown habit, cover all as with a pall; and the strung nerves and the hard endurance of the human flesh sustain what the immortal mind perhaps quails beneath, in its dark retreat, but once dreamed that it would exult to bear. – The Disowned, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  2. He trod on air, and even chid his beating heart for a delight which seemed to exult when his friend suffered: " But not so," ejaculated he internally; " to be with thee is the delight! – The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter
  3. Did she exult at her triumph over de Pompadour, when she was dragged shrieking and struggling to the guillotine? – A Short History of France by Mary Platt Parmele
  4. Oh, said Dubois, do not exult yet. – The Regent's Daughter by Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
  5. He did not offer to stab me and sink my body in the Grand Canal, as, in all Venetian keeping, I felt that he ought to have done; but he implored an alms, and I hardly know now whether to exult or regret that I did not understand him, and left him empty- handed. – Venetian Life by W. D. Howells