In short, not to keep the reader in long suspense, just at the very instant when his heart was exulting in
meditations on the happiness which would accrue to him by Mr Allworthy's death, he himself--died of an apoplexy.
He silenced it with a sign, "Enough!" An owl hooted far away, exulting in
the delight of deep gloom in dense foliage; overhead lizards ran in the attap thatch, calling softly; the dry leaves of the roof rustled; the rumour of mingled voices grew louder suddenly.
But on that night at Stonewall he was still a teenager just exulting in
the chance to drink and socialize with other LGBT people at a time when homosexuality was still treated as a psychological affliction by the medical establishment, immoral by most religions, and criminal under law.
In our crazy media--obsessed world there are the fantastic shooting stars, always waiting to be shot down, ranging from Britney Spears to the latest American Idol, all savoring and exulting in
their fifteen-minute Andy Warhol allocation of transient fame.
No one who has ever sung along to "Pissing in a River" could help exulting in
I see the position of the President of the University of Toronto exulting in
the University's "Sexual Diversity Program".
Yes, I was revolted by the pictures of the Palestinian with blood on his hands exulting in
the murder of an Israeli soldier.
Except for the statements by Mario Savio and Arthur Goldberg exulting in
the authorities' repressive actions--which, as given, are bewildering and cry out in vain for further explanation along the lines of the analysis above--the story reports events in a way that strongly implies that they were unself-conscious, unmanipulative, authentic.
When the curtain goes up on the long-legged, black-clad dancers, pelvises rotating, solar plexuses undulating, bumpingly and grindingly exulting in
"All That Jazz," you know that whatever might come next, it's a dancers' show.
The artist, who persisted in painting even when it was at its least fashionable, seems to be exulting in
the medium's return to favor.