He thought he saw in him an exultancy which could only come from his late experiences in the field.
The voice of the Prussian was full and vibrant with exultancy.
The beauty of rhythmic movement, the joy of living and of being young, exultancy, baldanza–these are what they express for us.
She had turned her frank gaze to Hugh in mingled wonder, exultancy, and distress.
early 15c., from Old French exultacion, from Latin exultationem/exsultationem, noun of action from past participle stem of exultare/exsultare, frequentative of exsilire "leap out or up" (see exult). Notion is of leaping or dancing for joy. An Old English word for it was heahbliss "high bliss."