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Schadenfreude rate
(Noun) Pleasure in the misfortune of others.
Usage: You could tell how envious the girls were of the contestant when they rejoiced in her downfall.

schadenfreude rate
(Noun) (German, but used in many languages such as English directly or a calque): happiness at someone else's misfortune.
Usage: "Gloat" might at first seem to do the job, but doesn't: one might gloat at Columbia's beating Princeton in football, one might gloat when Princeton loses by a wide margin, but schadenfreude is
being happy that Princeton lost - exclusively.

Schadenfreude rate
(German) feeling really good for a long time because someone else is feeling bad
Usage: After his botched surgery, James felt schadenfreude when he heard that the surgeon had a heart attack.

schadenfreude rate
(Noun) joy gained at the expense of another's pain. German origin.
schadenfreude rate
(Noun) taking pleasure in someone else's grief
Schadenfreude rate
(Noun) Being happy when someone else is miserable.
schadenfreude rate
malice joy from ones trouble

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