How To Use Jubilantly In A Sentence

  • Here it comes again: three weeks of March Madness, a record 68 teams, surely a few buzzer beaters, a Cinderella or two, style-deficient coaches dressing in the dark, CBS announcer Gus Johnson yelping like a wild boar is gnawing his ankle, and, fingers crossed, another Louisville male cheerleader grabbing a basketball and lobbing it jubilantly to the heavens, almost costing Rick Pitino a win. The Many Ways to Be a March Madness Fan
  • When her grandmother had called to mark his death, she had announced jubilantly that the bottle of cava they had been saving all the years had just been opened. The Empty Family
  • At her best, Niki de Saint Phalle made works that were so jubilantly, unrestrainedly goofy, they came off as scary and aggressive. Sculptures add color to New York Avenue, but are they art?
  • Twain said in a letter to his friend William Dean Howells, the editor of The Atlantic Monthly, that Orion "wrote me jubilantly of what a ten-strike he was going to make with that speech. Mark Twain's "Skeleton Novelette"
  • Dundee were then one of Scotland's leading club sides but when the final whistle went the wee Rangers remained jubilantly on the field while the Dens Park stars trudged silently and sulkily to the dressing room.
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  • Doolittle agrees but prevails on Eliza to give him some money after which he jubilantly gives voice to his general philosophy, ‘With a Little Bit of Luck’.
  • When the Kharzai regime falls and bin Laden jubilantly returns to Afghanistan, he will trumpet America's impotence. Gary S. Chafetz: The Urgent Need to Hunt Down Osama bin Laden
  • The director shows stunning theatrical vision in her creation of a bright, brassy, and jubilantly sassy show that had the audience stamping for more.
  • For a while, he joined the kid on the floor, rolling the toy truck across the room and watching the small boy run after it jubilantly.
  • One performer gets yuks from his big hair and soft tummy, and he even has a Snoopy moment, getting jubilantly carried away by another performer's rhythmic inventions. Some new shtick in 'Stomp'
  • ‘I told you it was him,’ said a blond-haired girl, jubilantly.
  • Amber cried jubilantly as she skipped into the theatre.
  • “Our movement has reached not just a tipping point but a leverage point,” he called out jubilantly. The Green Façade
  • When she and Cal found them there, she shouted jubilantly, ‘I knew you'd be here!’
  • Through discussion, the greatly household-use oneself accumulates at ordinary times of zero spent money to buy some seedlings and tool, rush toward the park jubilantly .
  • He announces jubilantly that the drinks are on him.
  • The Puppets, including Dreamgirls-like backup singers, accompany Cee Lo Green and Gwyneth Paltrow on a jubilantly wacky and multi-colored Grammys performance. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • When I jubilantly told my friends at the BBC and elsewhere about this bolt from the blue, they were shocked.
  • Amongst them, one of New York's most famous gay couples jubilantly announced that they were getting married. Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka To Marry: Gay Marriage Passage Enables Stars To Wed
  • Three, you personally weave of the sweater is to the dog dog, it would jubilantly the darling put on, in no case would suspicion this suspicion that.
  • While Charlie Sheen was jubilantly waving his roof machete and roaring "Freedom!" earlier this week, his employers were doing the opposite. Hulu.com: Retaining the Sheen: The Worst Possible Two and a Half Men Replacements
  • The twins looked at each other jubilantly but with some surprise.
  • And throughout the edifice resound the jubilantly sonorous harmonies from the organ. 10/01/2002 - 11/01/2002

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