Gloat in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Gloat

to take satisfaction in something that makes another person seem inferior

Examples of Gloat in a sentence

If you are the winner of a contest, you should not gloat and make your competitors feel inferior. 🔊

The winning team was polite enough to not gloat over its huge win. 🔊

Since we play the championship game in two days, we do not have time to gloat over our victory. 🔊

It was rude of the wealthy girl to gloat over her expensive Christmas gifts while volunteering at a homeless shelter. 🔊

Because Sarah’s parents taught her good manners, she does not gloat over the misfortunes of others. 🔊

Gail knew her competitive sister was going to gloat about being the first of the Griffin sisters to become engaged. 🔊

Although I was right about the solution, I chose not to gloat over my classmate’s wrong answer. 🔊

Whenever the football player scores a touchdown, he chooses to gloat by dancing and pointing a finger at a rival player. 🔊

During the game, the annoying fan did nothing but gloat about his team’s huge lead. 🔊

The arrogant prosecutor could not help but gloat when he won his first major case. 🔊

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