triumph (v.)
exult, gloat, glory
3H6 I.iv.114[York to Queen] How ill-beseeming is it in thy sex / To triumph ... / Upon their woes whom Fortune captivates!
3H6 I.iv.63[York to and of his enemies] So triumph thieves upon their conquered booty
3H6 II.iv.8[Clifford to Richard, of York and Rutland] here's the heart that triumphs in their death
3H6 V.vi.93[Richard to the dead King] I'll throw thy body in another room / And triumph ... in thy day of doom
Cor II.i.170[Coriolanus to Volumnia] Wouldst thou have laughed had I come coffined home, / That weep'st to see me triumph?
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