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1. I couldn't resist a touch of Schadenfreude when he was defeated so heavily in the election.
2. But that schadenfreude doesn't last long.
3. He's right about the schadenfreude, and it was fun to hear him say the word.
4. China will enjoy the Schadenfreude of watching Mr Obama's struggle with a recalcitrant democracy.
5. I guess "America's Funniest Moments of Schadenfreude" just didn't have the same ring to it.
6. As the suffering increased, a certain inevitable Schadenfreude set in.
7. The U.S. State Department has no comment but officials privately confess to a certain "schadenfreude" at Chinese difficulties.
8. The world's least sympathetic mountaineer is forced to continue his schadenfreude from beyond the grave.
8. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
9. That is one of at least three flies in the Schadenfreude.
10. The recent tabloid sting involving the Duchess of York has elicited plenty of schadenfreude in the British press.
11. Europeans and many Asians love to see the Yanks humbled, and the sight of America's banking giants going hat in hand to Abu Dhabi, Singapore and China is too much Schadenfreude to pass up.
12. But this week's hammer - blow will unleash waves of Schadenfreude.
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