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1‘she gloated over his recent humiliation’
delight in, relish, take great pleasure in, enjoy greatly, revel in, rejoice in, glory in, exult in, triumph over, crow over
boast about, brag about, feel self-satisfied about, be smug about, congratulate oneself on, preen oneself about, pat oneself on the back about
rub one's hands together
informal rub it in
archaic pique oneself on
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