To Exu'lt. v.n. [exulto, Latin.] To rejoice above measure; to triumph; to be in high exaltation of gladness.
The whole world did seem to exult that it had occasion of pouring out gifts to so blessed a purpose. Hooker, b. v. s. 13.
Who might be your mother,
That you insult, exult, and rail, at once
Over the wretched. Shakespeare's As you like it.