exultus

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Etymology[edit]

Perfect passive participle of exulo (to be in exile).

Adjective[edit]

exultus

  1. in exile, banished
    Ipse ob culpam perfidiae regni gloria privatus et exultus
    [Justinian], on account of his guilt of treason, was deprived of his kingdom's glory and exiled [to Pontus]. — Bede, Chronica Minor

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