Gloat | Definition of Gloat by Merriam-Webster
Recent Examples on the Web: Verb. With a glint in his eye, Vignon couldn't help but gloat. — John Leicester, Fox News, "In France, rebel priest takes on church bosses on sex abuse," 6 Sep. 2018 The elder DiNubile and his relatives, meanwhile, have said that Olivieri’s friends have antagonized them, gloating on social media about the 16-year-old’s death and calling for Olivieri to be ...
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