He exulted that no one could touch him in his own element. He's bringing home the dead body of his leader, there on deck. Yigal exulted, excited to be seeing home again. The Easter Exultant is sung at the beginning of the Easter Vigil. In fact, our terms are only names for a group of mores which cover some set of interests, and we need to be on our guard against the category fallacy, that is, against arguing from the contents of the classification which we have made. He may need his receipt, so be sure to put it in thebag.
I was terrified and exulted at the same time. . I exult in my freedom from a self-reproach, which would have been altogether insupportable under the kindness of which you speak. Unless you're delivered of those blocks, of the inequity, and the spirits around it, you tend to repeat the patterns of your parents, although you fight against it all the way, and don't want to be that way. Maybe people are holding hand bells and ringing out their noise, as the sound will travel across that distance greater. It makes no difference what names you assign to the players: pharaohs, kings, nobles, gentry, astronauts, bankers, billionaires, landowners, executives, stockholders… or subjects, slaves, peasants, subjects, laborers, workers, taxpayers, customers, consumers, artisans… the basic inequity of the system is the same.
The idea that technology, tool-wealth is the only way we can solve the human problems of greed, hate, inequity, etc. Below you will find the definition of fallacy, followed by 40 sample sentences from real sources , gradually increasing in length. She heard voices in it: exulting, laughing, swirling and dancing on the eddies of the air. Very often,the antecedent to the interrogative pronoun is the answer to thequestion. Inhuman methods for inhuman foes, Who feed on horrors and exult in woes. Inhuman methods for inhuman foes, Who feed on horrors and exult in woes. He held his mother in wondrous adulation, exulting her.
Since his videos exult in the killing of innocent civilians, any cross-examination would have emphasised his inhumanity. It means, the ship is coming into harbor. The exclamation or interjection 'what' expresses surprise,indignation, or a response to someone addressing you. Exulting and excited, she flew to the bell, and could hardly hide her triumph when she told the footman to send her the two chief sinners. Hope that helps, always wanted to be an English teacher myself. The customer may need their receipt, so always be sureto put it in the bag.
Most sentences consist of at least a subject noun form and a predicate verb form. Was this a hideout for German Nazi officers? If there were more than one director, you might say: I saw directors at dinner last night. So, too, did the hunter exult in chasing a caribou for thirty-six hours through the snowy forest, with neither tent nor blankets to protect him. Each man smote down his brother, and was himself smitten down before he had time to exult in his victory. And maybe the church bells are ringing there on land, or at the very least, the boat's bells.
Tom talked incessantly, exulting and laughing, but his voice was as remote from Jordan and me as the foreign clamor on the sidewalk or the tumult of the elevated overhead. There are always soldiers who exult in the kill and keep mementos of their victims. The adjective 'what' describes a noun. Once you decry greed, you must cease believing in fair inequity and a justified superclass. She was exulted and excited as she had won the jackpot. But this relative advantage does not address the root of any inequity: be it in an industrialized or non-industrialized country. The greater the greed, the greater the secrecy, the greater the profit: the more the imbalance between power and powerlessness, the more the inequity between wealth and poverty.
The word 'what' functions as a pronoun , an adverb , an adjective , and an exclamation. Window cleaners have an accident A terrifying ordeal for two window cleaners in China, as the platform they were working on began swinging violently and smashing into the building. Well, a museum in the Philippines is helping people do just that. But the Incorruptible, ever envious and jealous, would not allow him to exult too soon. They are desperate, then, and seem to exult in devilry of all kinds. But the Incorruptible, ever envious and jealous, would not allow him to exult too soon. When learning new words, it's important to see how they're used, or to see them in the different contexts in which they're often used, and that's just what we'll do to help you better understand fallacy and many other English words! The ellipsis indicates that he said more than what I've quoted.
He wanted that power, and Peter looked at him and said: I see that you are in the gall of bitterness, and the bondage of inequity. Basking in the applause of his German hosts, he exulted: No nation since ancient Greece has captured the true Olympic spirit as has Germany. It signifies the basic human inequity where one person acquires more human life energy from others than they bestow upon others. And not only this, but we also exult in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received the reconciliation. Contrast that line, with whoever is telling this tale: the first mate, now captain? The big woodsman, his rebellion once started, seemed to exult in it.
The refuge stones we can see were erected by the Knights Hospitallers are well worth a visit, as is their preceptory remains, which exude an air of peace and safety. Nancy exulted when the starshell illuminated the German patrol boat. Going in to exult over a fallen enemy and to praise a strong-minded sister for the banishment of an objectionable lover, it certainly was a shock to behold the aforesaid enemy serenely sitting on the sofa, with the strong-minded sister enthroned upon his knee and wearing an expression of the most abject submission. To the sense of Death, and accepting exulting in Death in its turn. For every inequity that is painfully fought over, opposed, and finally balanced: a hundred new ones are created.
They root for the hero, exult at his successes, are anxious for his triumph, and suffer at his reversals. How do you spell exult in a sentence? If it wasn't a specific director, you might say: There was a director at dinner last night. Shobal exulted in a voice full of. Following them come the moody Primal Scream who still exude the dark glower of the Jesus and Mary Chain, who Gillespie used to drum for. Gone were the exulting celebrations of her sick victory and dissolved were all the thoughts of. I stretched out my hands, exulting in the freshness of these sensations; and in the act, I was suddenly aware that I had lost in stature. I was haunted by the fear that she would, sooner or later, find me out, with a black face and hands, doing the coarsest part of my work, and would exult over me and despise me.