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revel in (something)
To be extremely happy or celebratory about something; to relish something. I miss the days when we could revel in the absolute freedom of summer. I could tell that he was reveling in the fact that I was going to fail.
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revel in something
to rejoice or celebrate about something. All the children reveled in the fresh, warm, spring air. Tony reveled in his success.
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To take great pleasure or pride in something: The actor reveled in the critic's praise.
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