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use "gloat" in a sentence

Not allowing Ares much time to gloat in his latest masterpiece of war, Diana took a battle axe and used it to strike Ares' head, splitting his helmet in two.

After his injection, Larry races back to the snowball party only to discover that Howie came by to gloat about having bought an
Glitter and said he was trying to "minimise what he has done" and added "We must allow children to tell their story and not just have the words of Gadd." The e-mail also claims that "they Disneyfied this movie with glitter paint." Valnikov (The Black Marble), and Sgt. Al Mackey (The Glitter Dome).

Strictly speaking, each work is mixed media, comprising paint, resin, glitter, mapping pins and elephant dung.

Vltava springs here, beautiful lakes glitter and wildwoods sing their mysterious songs.

There was generally an excessive amount of mousse used in styling an individual's hair which resulted in a desired shiny look and greater volume, some mousse even contained glitter.

The song that at last made Gary Glitter's name and career began as a fifteen-minute jam, whittled down to a pair of three-minute extracts released as the A and B sides of a single, called " Rock and Roll, Parts One and Two ".

After his release from prison, Glitter said that he was planning to write a book to prove his innocence.

Rodney's deejay Chuckie Star recalled, "All over Hollywood that night it was glitter! ;Prefect: Freshly graduated Prefect, but not yet qualified for assignments outside of panoply ;Field Prefect: Prefects experienced enough to police the Glitter Band.

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