Exultation: from Merriam-Webster dictionary.
A word with four syllables. It starts with the letter “E” which happens to be the fifth letter of the alphabet. It’s a noun. Nouns refer to “persons, places or things” – unless my grade school English teachers lied to me – in which case – I don’t know what to tell you.
According Merriam-Webster’s website, exultation rhymes with accusation. This must be true because websites NEVER lie!
Exultation is a happy word that refers to happy things. It walks around books and dictionaries smiling all the time – annoying the crap out of words such as depression, sorrow and woe. I had to look these words up on Thesaurus.com because I couldn’t think of any antonyms off the top of my head. The day I’m having, I’m impressed I can even spell antonym. In fact, I’m not sure I did spell it right. Guess I’ll find out when I run spell check – because spell check never lies!
Hey! Look at that! Spell check likes how I spelled antonym.