jubilate

VERB
  1. to express great joy
    Who cannot exult in Spring?
  2. celebrate a jubilee
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How To Use jubilate In A Sentence

  • Nigerians jubilated, that is the truth, even in his compound. Vanguard
  • Red-head'll bust himself wide open this time," Bert jubilated. CHAPTER IV
  • They moved some dirt around, dropped a few seeds here and there, and jubilated as Michelle led the merry band. The Obama Diaries
  • Happily, there are many fine new hymns and hymn books now available, including those compiled by the Jubilate Group.
  • Beloved!" he jubilated before she stopped his mouth with hers. The Boat of a Million Years
  • Australian Robbie McEwen jubilates as he crosses the finish line.
  • The Australian Socceroos jubilate after defeating Uruguay in the FIFA World Cup qualifier at Telstra Stadium in Sydney, yesterday.
  • The Mattins alternatives are regularly set by composers and used, the Te Deum being frequently paired with the Jubilate, and the Benedicite being used in many places in conjunction with the Benedictus during Lent and Advent.
  • Tumplen Bar whereupont he was much jubilated by Boerge-mester “Dyk” ffogg of Isoles, now Eisold, looking most plussed with (exhib 39) a clout capped sunbubble anaccanponied from his bequined torse. Finnegans Wake
  • Still in my heavy early-up sleep-shaking, in my becoming a person again, in my once again full waking, her power-proud joy, her creator fired-up courage, her confidence laughed, glistened, jubilated in crashing cascades! Phantasus, by Arno Holz
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