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    Gloated over or gloated at?

    Hello,

    Do we say, " Smith gloated at James after torturing him." or "Smith gloated over James after torturing him"?

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    Re: Gloated over or gloated at?

    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo1980 View Post
    Hello,

    Do we say, " Smith gloated at James after torturing him." or "Smith gloated over James after torturing him"?
    "Gloated over" is the more common collocation.

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