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Word: gloat

Definition: express evil satisfaction; look at or think about with evil satisfaction; view malevolently; Ex. The thief gloated over the stolen jewels.


Sentences Containing 'gloat'

Navarro briefly returns to the house to gloat before addressing the crowd outside, promising that C├ęsar will be treated as a hero and his family will be taken care of.
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