exultation: Associated Words
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Part of speech
Number of Syllables
  • sympathetical
  • illumining
    • verb make lighter or brighter
      light; illuminate; light up; illume.
      • This lamp lightens the room a bit

  • bodiless
    • adjective satellite not having a material body
      disembodied; unbodied; discorporate; unembodied.
      • bodiless ghosts
    • adjective satellite having no trunk or main part
      • a bodiless head

  • surged
    • noun a sudden forceful flow
      rush; upsurge; spate.
    • noun a sudden or abrupt strong increase
      • stimulated a surge of speculation
      • an upsurge of emotion
      • an upsurge in violent crime

  • fiendish
    • adjective satellite extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell
      satanic; infernal; demonic; hellish; unholy; diabolical; diabolic.
      • something demonic in him--something that could be cruel
      • fires lit up a diabolic scene
      • diabolical sorcerers under the influence of devils
      • a fiendish despot
      • hellish torture
      • infernal instruments of war
      • satanic cruelty
      • unholy grimaces

  • overtook
    • verb catch up with and possibly overtake
      catch; catch up with.
      • The Rolls Royce caught us near the exit ramp
    • verb travel past
      overhaul; pass.
      • The sports car passed all the trucks

  • unrepressed
    • adjective satellite not repressed
      • unrepressed hostilities

  • unexpressed
    • adjective satellite not made explicit
      unstated; unverbalised; unvoiced; unuttered; unverbalized; unspoken; unsaid.
      • the unexpressed terms of the agreement
      • things left unsaid
      • some kind of unspoken agreement
      • his action is clear but his reason remains unstated

  • blamable
    • adjective satellite deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious
      blameable; blameworthy; censurable; culpable; blameful.
      • blameworthy if not criminal behavior
      • censurable misconduct
      • culpable negligence

  • misapplied
    • verb apply to a wrong thing or person; apply badly or incorrectly
      • The words are misapplied in this context
      • You are misapplying the name of this religious group

  • pardonable
    • adjective admitting of being pardoned

  • aflame
    • adjective satellite keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement
      ablaze; aroused.
      • his face all ablaze with excitement"- Bram Stoker
      • he was aflame with desire
    • adjective satellite lighted up by or as by fire or flame
      afire; alight; on fire; ablaze; aflare.
      • forests set ablaze (or afire) by lightning
      • even the car's tires were aflame
      • a night aflare with fireworks
      • candles alight on the tables
      • houses on fire

  • vaporous
    • adjective satellite so thin as to transmit light
      gauze-like; sheer; see-through; gossamer; cobwebby; vapourous; filmy; diaphanous; transparent; gauzy.
      • a hat with a diaphanous veil
      • filmy wings of a moth
      • gauzy clouds of dandelion down
      • gossamer cobwebs
      • sheer silk stockings
      • transparent chiffon
      • vaporous silks
    • adjective satellite resembling or characteristic of vapor
      vapourous; vapourific; vaporish; vaporific; vapourish.
      • vaporous clouds

  • coursed
    • noun education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings
      course of study; course of instruction; class.
      • he took a course in basket weaving
      • flirting is not unknown in college classes
    • noun a connected series of events or actions or developments
      • the government took a firm course
      • historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available

  • rapturous
    • adjective satellite feeling great rapture or delight
      rhapsodic; enraptured; ecstatic; rapt.

  • swept
    • adjective possessing sweep
      • the sleek swept wings of the plane
    • verb sweep across or over
      brush; sweep.
      • Her long skirt brushed the floor
      • A gasp swept cross the audience

  • clamorous
    • adjective satellite conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
      vociferous; blatant; clamant; strident.
      • blatant radios
      • a clamorous uproar
      • strident demands
      • a vociferous mob

  • gleamed
    • noun an appearance of reflected light
      gleaming; lambency; glow.
    • noun a flash of light (especially reflected light)
      gleaming; glimmer.

  • gloating
    • noun malicious satisfaction
      glee; gloat.
    • verb dwell on with satisfaction
      crow; triumph; gloat.

  • leaped
    • noun a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
      spring; leaping; bounce; bound; saltation.
    • noun an abrupt transition
      jump; saltation.
      • a successful leap from college to the major leagues

  • pealing
    • noun a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
      rolling; peal; roll.
    • verb ring recurrently
      • bells were pealing

  • beamed
    • noun a signal transmitted along a narrow path; guides airplane pilots in darkness or bad weather
      radio beam.
    • noun long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc., used in construction

  • smothers
    • noun a confused multitude of things
      welter; muddle; clutter; mare's nest; fuddle; jumble.
    • noun a stifling cloud of smoke

  • subside
    • verb wear off or die down
      • The pain subsided
    • verb sink to a lower level or form a depression
      • the valleys subside

  • unconcealed
    • adjective not concealed or hidden
      • her unconcealed hostility poisoned the atmosphere
      • watched with unconcealed curiosity

  • burst
    • noun the act of exploding or bursting
      • the explosion of the firecrackers awoke the children
      • the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft
    • noun rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms
      fusillade; volley; salvo.
      • our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise

  • joyous
    • adjective full of or characterized by joy
      • felt a joyous abandon
      • joyous laughter

  • quickened
    • verb move faster
      speed up; speed; accelerate.
      • The car accelerated
    • verb make keen or more acute
      • whet my appetite

  • undisguised
    • adjective satellite plain to see
      • undisguised curiosity

  • gripped
    • noun the act of grasping
      clutches; clutch; clench; grasp; hold; clasp.
      • he released his clasp on my arm
      • he has a strong grip for an old man
      • she kept a firm hold on the railing
    • noun the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it
      hold; handgrip; handle.
      • he grabbed the hammer by the handle
      • it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip

  • triumphant
    • adjective satellite joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
      triumphal; rejoicing; prideful; exulting; exultant; jubilant.
      • rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day
      • a triumphal success
      • a triumphant shout
    • adjective satellite experiencing triumph

  • arose
    • verb come into existence; take on form or shape
      originate; develop; rise; uprise; spring up; grow.
      • A new religious movement originated in that country
      • a love that sprang up from friendship
      • the idea for the book grew out of a short story
      • An interesting phenomenon uprose
    • verb originate or come into being
      come up; bob up.
      • a question arose

  • heartfelt
    • adjective satellite earnest
      dear; earnest; devout.
      • one's dearest wish
      • devout wishes for their success
      • heartfelt condolences

  • filled
    • adjective satellite (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with
      • theirs was a house filled with laughter
      • a large hall filled with rows of desks
      • fog-filled air
    • verb make full, also in a metaphorical sense
      fill up; make full; fill.
      • fill a container
      • fill the child with pride

  • unhesitating
    • adjective satellite characterized by quickness and firmness
      • his reply was unhesitating

  • over
    • noun (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
    • adjective satellite having come or been brought to a conclusion
      concluded; terminated; complete; ended; all over.
      • the harvesting was complete
      • the affair is over, ended, finished
      • the abruptly terminated interview

  • jubilant
    • adjective satellite joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
      triumphal; rejoicing; prideful; triumphant; exulting; exultant.
      • rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day
      • a triumphal success
      • a triumphant shout
    • adjective satellite full of high-spirited delight
      elated; joyful; gleeful.
      • a joyful heart

  • mingled
    • verb to bring or combine together or with something else
      amalgamate; mix; unify; commix.
      • resourcefully he mingled music and dance
    • verb get involved or mixed-up with
      • He was about to mingle in an unpleasant affair

  • chuckling
    • noun a soft partly suppressed laugh
    • verb laugh quietly or with restraint
      chortle; laugh softly.

  • faded
    • adjective satellite having lost freshness or brilliance of color
      washy; washed-out; bleached.
      • sun-bleached deck chairs
      • faded jeans
      • a very pale washed-out blue
      • washy colors
    • verb become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly
      melt; fade.
      • The scene begins to fade
      • The tree trunks are melting into the forest at dusk

  • vainglorious
    • adjective satellite feeling self-importance
      big; swelled.
      • too big for his britches
      • had a swelled head
      • he was swelled with pride

  • partake
    • verb have some of the qualities or attributes of something
    • verb have, give, or receive a share of
      partake in; share.
      • We shared the cake

  • devilish
    • adjective satellite showing the cunning or ingenuity or wickedness typical of a devil
      mephistophelean; diabolical; diabolic; mephistophelian.
      • devilish schemes
      • the cold calculation and diabolic art of some statesmen
      • the diabolical expression on his face
      • a mephistophelian glint in his eye
    • adjective satellite playful in an appealingly bold way
      roguish; rascally.
      • a roguish grin

  • thrilled
    • adjective satellite feeling intense pleasurable excitement
    • verb cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input
      • The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow

  • ungenerous
    • adjective lacking in magnanimity
      • it seems ungenerous to end this review of a splendid work of scholarship on a critical note"- Times Litt. Sup.
      • a meanspirited man unwilling to forgive
    • adjective unwilling to spend
      • she practices economy without being stingy
      • an ungenerous response to the appeal for funds

  • swelled
    • adjective satellite feeling self-importance
      big; vainglorious.
      • too big for his britches
      • had a swelled head
      • he was swelled with pride
    • verb increase in size, magnitude, number, or intensity
      • The music swelled to a crescendo

  • boyish
    • adjective satellite befitting or characteristic of a young boy
      boylike; schoolboyish.
      • a boyish grin
      • schoolboyish pranks

  • struggled
    • noun an energetic attempt to achieve something
      • getting through the crowd was a real struggle
      • he fought a battle for recognition
    • noun an open clash between two opposing groups (or individuals)
      battle; conflict.
      • the harder the conflict the more glorious the triumph"--Thomas Paine
      • police tried to control the battle between the pro- and anti-abortion mobs

  • irrepressible
    • adjective satellite impossible to repress or control
      • an irrepressible chatterbox
      • uncontrollable laughter

  • subsided
    • verb wear off or die down
      • The pain subsided
    • verb sink to a lower level or form a depression
      • the valleys subside

  • joyful
    • adjective full of or producing joy
      • make a joyful noise
      • a joyful occasion
    • adjective satellite full of high-spirited delight
      elated; jubilant; gleeful.
      • a joyful heart

  • reigned
    • noun a period during which something or somebody is dominant or powerful
      • he was helpless under the reign of his egotism
    • noun the period during which a monarch is sovereign
      • during the reign of Henry VIII

  • fierce
    • adjective satellite marked by extreme and violent energy
      furious; ferocious; savage.
      • a ferocious beating
      • fierce fighting
      • a furious battle
    • adjective satellite marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions; inclined to react violently; fervid
      vehement; tearing; trigger-happy; violent.
      • fierce loyalty
      • in a tearing rage
      • vehement dislike
      • violent passions

  • rose
    • noun any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
    • noun pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began
      blush wine; pink wine; rose wine.

  • demoniac
    • noun someone who acts as if possessed by a demon
    • adjective satellite frenzied as if possessed by a demon
      amok; possessed; amuck; berserk; demoniacal.
      • the soldier was completely amuck
      • berserk with grief
      • a berserk worker smashing windows

  • flooded
    • adjective satellite covered with water
      awash; afloat; overflowing; inundated.
      • the main deck was afloat (or awash)
      • the monsoon left the whole place awash
      • a flooded bathroom
      • inundated farmlands
      • an overflowing tub
    • verb fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid
      flood; inundate; deluge; swamp.
      • the basement was inundated after the storm
      • The images flooded his mind

  • savage
    • noun a member of an uncivilized people
    • noun a cruelly rapacious person
      beast; wolf; brute; wildcat.

  • greeted
    • verb express greetings upon meeting someone
      recognize; recognise.
    • verb send greetings to

  • unseemly
    • adjective satellite not in keeping with accepted standards of what is right or proper in polite society
      unbecoming; uncomely; indecorous; untoward; indecent.
      • was buried with indecent haste
      • indecorous behavior
      • language unbecoming to a lady
      • unseemly to use profanity
      • moved to curb their untoward ribaldry

  • escaped
    • adjective satellite having escaped, especially from confinement
      on the loose; at large; loose.
      • a convict still at large
      • searching for two escaped prisoners
      • dogs loose on the streets
      • criminals on the loose in the neighborhood
    • verb run away from confinement
      break loose; get away; escape.
      • The convicted murderer escaped from a high security prison

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