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EXULT', verb intransitive egzult'. [Latin exulto; ex and salto, salio, to leap.]

Properly, to leap for joy; hence, to rejoice in triumph; to rejoice exceedingly, at success or victory; to be glad above measure; to triumph. It is natural to man to exult at the success of his schemes, and to exult over a fallen adversary.