Exultation (noun)

  1. A feeling of great joy and pride.
  2. The act of rejoicing or celebrating.

Origin:

From latin exsultationem, from exsultare (to leap for joy).

Examples:

  1. The exultation on her face was evident as she crossed the finish line.
  2. The crowd burst into exultation at the news of the team's victory.
  3. He felt a sense of exultation as he looked out at the view from the top of the mountain.
  4. The exultation in the air was palpable as the city celebrated its independence.
  5. The exultation of the dancers was infectious as they performed their routine.
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