[ UK /sˈɛləbɹətəɹˌi/ ]
[ US /səˈɫɛbɹəˌtɔɹi/ ]
  1. used for celebrating
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How To Use celebratory In A Sentence

  • I Just had a couple of celebratory drinks in the hotel bar. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the ground she was fêted with lavish hospitality by friends waiting at every far-flung airfield to whisk her off to a celebratory feast.
  • Again, the music's mood is ritualistic and almost fiercely celebratory.
  • The investigations, however, were not only celebratory; various critical examinations of the institution of cinema also emerged.
  • The film is wrapped in a endless display of celebratory visual storytelling.
  • They had an eight-hour walk back down the mountain and then had to wait until they were at normal altitude before they could have a celebratory drink. Times, Sunday Times
  • After the baptismal ceremony, the parents, godparents, child, and guests returned to a family home for a celebratory meal.
  • Rather, it typically involves acts of aggression towards players and officials, or over-exuberant celebratory activity including the vandalism of property.
  • I rewarded her with a celebratory family dinner at the restaurant of her choice. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are celebratory songs, such as in the wedding masques in As You Like It and The Tempest, and there are the more solemn dirges and laments of Cymbeline and Much Ado About Nothing.
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