Exultant

  • 41exultingly — adverb in an exultant manner it was exultingly easy • Syn: ↑exultantly • Derived from adjective: ↑exulting, ↑exultant (for: ↑exultantly) * * * adverb …

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  • 42The Golden Age (John C. Wright novel) — Infobox Book name = The Golden Age title orig = translator = image caption = author = John C. Wright illustrator = cover artist = country = language = series = subject = genre = publisher = pub date = 2002 english pub date = media type = pages =… …

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  • 43The Golden Transcendence — Infobox Book name = The Golden Age title orig = translator = image caption = author = John C. Wright illustrator = cover artist = country = language = series = subject = genre = publisher = pub date = 2003 english pub date = media type = pages =… …

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  • 44Coalescent — This article is not about coalescent theory. Coalescent   …

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  • 45Agyness Deyn — (2007) Agyness Deyn [ˈægnɪs diːn], geborene Laura Hollins, (* 16. Februar 1983 in Failsworth, Manchester, Großbritannien)[1] …

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  • 46Die Zeitschiffe — Stephen Baxter (* 13. November 1957 in Liverpool) ist ein englischer Science Fiction Autor, der seit 1995 diese Tätigkeit hauptberuflich ausübt. Stephen Baxter bei den 9. SF Tagen NRW Baxter studierte Mathematik in Cambridge und hat einen… …

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  • 47Stephen Baxter — auf der 63. World Science Fiction Convention (2005) Stephen Baxter (* 13. November 1957 in Liverpool) ist ein englischer Science Fiction Autor, der seit 1995 diese Tätigkeit hauptberuflich ausübt. Baxter studierte Mathematik in Cambridge und… …

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  • 48Zeitschiffe — Stephen Baxter (* 13. November 1957 in Liverpool) ist ein englischer Science Fiction Autor, der seit 1995 diese Tätigkeit hauptberuflich ausübt. Stephen Baxter bei den 9. SF Tagen NRW Baxter studierte Mathematik in Cambridge und hat einen… …

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  • 49Stephen Baxter — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Baxter. Stephen Baxter Stephe …

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  • 50Mayflower II (Stephen Baxter) — Mayflower II is a 88 page Stephen Baxter novella taking place in the Xeelee Sequence; it was published in 2004. The story begins on Pluto in the distant future. Its inhabitants, former collaborators of the Qax, humanity s erstwhile conquerors,… …

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  • 51John C. Wright — en 2006 Nom de naissance John Charles Justin Wright Activités Romancier, nouvelliste Naiss …

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  • 52exulter — [ ɛgzylte ] v. intr. <conjug. : 1> • XV e; lat. exsultare, de saltare « sauter » ♦ Être transporté d une joie extrême, qu on ne peut contenir ni dissimuler. ⇒ déborder (de joie), jubiler. Il exulte, il est aux anges ! « Ici l on exulte; on… …

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  • 53boasting — (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Bragging speech Nouns 1. boasting, boast, vaunt[ing], puff, fanfaronade, bluster, gasconade, braggadocio, bravado, swagger, exultation, jactation; gloating, exultation; buncombe (See absurdity); bounce… …

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  • 54happy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. fortunate, lucky; gay, contented, joyous, ecstatic; felicitous, apt; glad. See agreement, cheerfulness, pleasure, occasion. Ant., sad, II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [In good humor] Syn. joyous, joyful,… …

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  • 55triumphant — a. 1. Triumphing, rejoicing for victory, exultant, elated, jubilant. 2. Exultant, jubilant, exulting. 3. Victorious, successful, crowned with success, graced with conquest …

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  • 56exalt — exalt, exult The two words are not related and have different meanings which can be confused because of their closeness of form. Exalt (pronounced ig zawlt) means ‘to praise highly’, and is often used in the participial form exalted, meaning… …

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  • 57exult — exalt, exult The two words are not related and have different meanings which can be confused because of their closeness of form. Exalt (pronounced ig zawlt) means ‘to praise highly’, and is often used in the participial form exalted, meaning… …

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  • 58exultantly — adverb in an exultant manner (Freq. 1) it was exultingly easy • Syn: ↑exultingly • Derived from adjective: ↑exulting (for: ↑exultingly), ↑exultant …

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  • 59exulting — adjective joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day a triumphal success a triumphant shout • Syn: ↑exultant, ↑jubilant, ↑prideful, ↑rejoicing, ↑tr …

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  • 60prideful — adjective 1. having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines haughty aristocrats his lordly manners were offensive walked with a… …

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