Exult (vi)

Here is a context clues worksheet on the verb exult. It’s only used intransitively, so no direct object is required for its use. This is kind of an old-fashioned word. That said, it has a nice abstract quality which puts young minds to work at interpretation, a solid cognitive procedure we really need to help students understand and apply.

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