How To Use Jubilation In A Sentence

  • The sky is an energetically brushed jubilation of blobby stars, comet showers and the Hale-Bopp comet itself.
  • This is a day of rejoicing and jubilation, a day of praise and honor, a day of giddy celebration.
  • There was jubilation from supporters who had backed the 32-year-old marketing consultant.
  • There were scenes of jubilation as the lads brought home the cup and the celebrations went on for several days.
  • As opposition MPs scrambled to fill the power vacuum, there was weary disbelief on the streets rather than jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
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  • The final whistle was greeted with cheers of jubilation and sighs of relief.
  • He greeted it with as much relief as jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • But that moment of total and utter jubilation turned to worry as a stewards inquiry was announced. The Sun
  • The pleasures of the palate, especially, acquire unusual importance, and the discovery of some fragrant fruit or succulent vegetable, the addition to the daily stew of a bird or beast unusually flavorous, causes amongst these grown children as much jubilation as a giant cake amongst a horde of holiday urchins. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 385. November, 1847.
  • The thousands watching broke into thunderous applause and a roar of jubilation!
  • The scenes of relief and jubilation were awe-inspiring and extra-time loomed.
  • On the fleet of rescue ships the atmosphere was one of jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was jubilation at the museum last night that the icon of Britain's golden age of steam is coming to York and will continue to run on our railways.
  • Whether it was relief or jubilation was lost amid the tumult. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were great parties and much jubilation at the races on Thursday afternoon and a good time was had by one and all.
  • The world saw the optimism and jubilation of a newly liberated country through her pictures.
  • Not that they are markedly different from Let's See, but in his earlier books — The 7 Days Art Columns, 1988 – 1990 (1990), The Hydrogen Jukebox: Selected Writings of Peter Schjeldahl, 1978 – 1990 (1991), and Columns and Catalogues (1994) — there is an urgency and a sense of jubilation as he antically swoons over or crosses swords with this artist or that museum show that (to my ear) have been missing in his voice of late. An Eye on the Tremors
  • It took 52 years for Sri Lanka to do it - when Susanthika mounted the medal ceremony podium on Thursday night to receive her bronze, millions of Sri Lankans around the world joyed in jubilation.
  • When I saw the astonishing amount raised this year, it was a mixture of jubilation and relief. The Sun
  • Inside the courtroom, there was no jubilation, and it was a much different scene.
  • Half the fans went home with heavy hearts, the rest in jubilation.
  • But according to Iraqi exiles, the jubilation in Baghdad was low key, perhaps to avoid provoking reprisals.
  • There was jubilation all around, with the corporate captains leading the cheer.
  • Exam results day may bring jubilation or despair to thousands of Swindon youngsters next month.
  • McInerney also asserted during the same episode that invading Iraq and overthrowing Saddam would actually improve public opinion of America in the Arab world, and predicted that the "jubilation in Mosul, Basra, and Baghdad" after the invasion "will silen [ce] the Arab street. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Brendan DeMelle: Unearthed: News of the Week the Mainstream Media Forgot to Report
  • But when one actively inflicts pain, on oneself or on others, there is excitement and jubilation in the spectacle of the pain.
  • A surge of rhapsodical jubilation swept through missionary ranks now that God had at last given them a sign that they were His chosen people. PEARL BUCK IN CHINA
  • The goal was greeted by jubilation from the home fans.
  • The tiny purr was brought forth and placed in the manger beside the swaddled child and began to snuzzle and bonks the babe and the babe glowed with heavenly light and the angels came forth and began a chorus of jubilation adoration for all was well and right and good in the little shelter under the stars etcetcetc gold, frankensence, - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Elation, relief, and jubilation were all felt as the final whistle blew.
  • Episode three revolves around a prank that goes horribly wrong and appears to have brought tragedy - tinged with jubilation - in its wake. Times, Sunday Times
  • He exited the court room immediately, walking off to the jubilation of the watching fans.
  • She tweeted the picture on Friday prompting jubilation and jokes from her followers. Times, Sunday Times
  • All the anger and frustration experienced at half-time was replaced by relief and jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • The victory here seemed as if Swaziland had just won the World Cup with motorists blowing their car horns in wild jubilation.
  • On the fleet of rescue ships the atmosphere was one of jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • The laughter on the boats mingled with that on shore, adding to the jubilation on National Day.
  • I raised my arms in the air in jubilation, and grinned vindictively at the student section, which again was silenced.
  • And you had the immediate feedback, the jubilation or the commiserations.
  • We took the bumpiest, dustiest bus ride of our lives on the rutted dirt road to Southern Sudan -- chickens clucking at Levi's feet -- just to see firsthand the jubilation in Juba, where the south had just voted to become an independent country. The 'Trip': So Far, So Good for Both of Us
  • The scenes of jubilation witnessed at the final whistle were mighty.
  • Darling Death shouted in his ear, his ear made to record the least, the most finespun of worm-cries and dragonfly-jubilations" -- Levertov Earworms, Decent Intervals, and Quagmires
  • And yet mingling with these cries of delight, of jubilation, I record also, as I read, the repetition in the bass of one word intoned over and over again by some malcontent. The Death of the Moth, and other essays
  • He still carries vivid memories of the bloodshed and terror of fighting in the cornfields of the French countryside - and the jubilation of his dispatch while lying in a hospital bed after being wounded.
  • This was a night of joy and jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was jubilation, relief and joy for the thousands of fans who had made their way to Casement Park.
  • JOY and jubilation down at the Boleyn. The Sun
  • And on Monday night the scenes of jubilation were repeated in Waterford City.
  • The goal was greeted by jubilation from the home fans.
  • We took the bumpiest, dustiest bus ride of our lives on the rutted dirt road to Southern Sudan -- chickens clucking at Levi's feet -- just to see firsthand the jubilation in Juba, where the south had just voted to become an independent country. The 'Trip': So Far, So Good for Both of Us
  • His report denouncing the investment world as a pack of scoundrels was met with jubilation in many quarters.
  • In his jubilation at these presages the King, standing to make his exit, announced boomingly that this gentle and unforced accord of Hamlet sat so smiling to his heart that, at every health he would drink today, the great cannons would tell the clouds. It Happened at Elsinore
  • Everywhere are glad tidings and jubilation at the arrival of this month, the most floriferous of them all. Greetings From Fairegarden-April Bloom Day 2010 « Fairegarden
  • Cum duabus dextra lævaque conchulis intra spatiosum sui ambitum apsis sinuata laxetur, una earum immolanti hostias jubilationis antistiti parat; altera post sacerdotem capaci sinu receptat orantes ... The Care of Books
  • There was widespread jubilation this week when the public inquiry agreed the incinerator should not be built.
  • The one thing I know I could describe is the rollercoaster ride that your feelings experience, from abject dejection at diagnosis to jubilation at a positive blood count.
  • During a day of extraordinary jubilation, more than 100,000 people poured through the increasingly open border to the West.
  • But that moment of total and utter jubilation turned to worry as a stewards inquiry was announced. The Sun
  • But that moment of total and utter jubilation turned to worry as a stewards inquiry was announced. The Sun
  • Episode three revolves around a prank that goes horribly wrong and appears to have brought tragedy - tinged with jubilation - in its wake. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the ship's company, in their summer whites, descended the gangway in single file, a roar of jubilation filled the air.
  • The laughter on the boats mingled with that on shore, adding to the jubilation on National Day.
  • The laughter on the boats mingled with that on shore, adding to the jubilation on National Day.
  • With a 33 km mountain run behind me and a 67 km white-water kayak ahead, I felt pain, dread, exaltation, jubilation, anticipation, fear and joy - give me more emotions.
  • At the end, though, sectarian idiocy gave way to mass jubilation.
  • What had triggered such a superfluity of jubilation, verging on worldwide hysteria? LORD PRESTIMION
  • His announcement yesterday prompted wild jubilation in his native Ethiopia. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clothed in his boxer's garb, his arms forever upstretched in jubilation and triumph, Rocky Balboa had laid claim to the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art once again. Yo, Adrian! Is This Art?
  • The news was greeted with widespread jubilation in Hull yesterday.
  • As opposition MPs scrambled to fill the power vacuum, there was weary disbelief on the streets rather than jubilation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Relief and jubilation sent a huge crowd spilling on to the pitch and the celebrations began.
  • Allow me to explain: today, my library's copies of the Wolves in the Walls arrived, to much jubilation, after sitting in cataloging purgatory for some time.
  • But none compared with the unforgettable scenes of jubilation witnessed on Saturday evening.
  • The third match between India and Sri Lanka in the aiwa Cup gave all these thrills, excitement and jubilation, to millions of cricket fans all over the world.
  • As the final whistle blew, the crowd erupted in jubilation.
  • Is there continuing jubilation, or has it simmered down a lot?
  • As the final whistle blew, the crowd erupted in jubilation.
  • There were wonderful scenes of jubilation in Ballycroy on Sunday night, March 28.
  • Widespread looting in the capital put a damper on the jubilation of a liberated people.
  • As he was recognized the following morning at the doorstep of his house, the family's horror turned into jubilation.
  • He writes: Watching the jubilation in Kenmore Square felt oddly uncomfortable, as if bin Laden had managed to brutalize all of us just a little.
  • The propaganda for cigarettes on the airwaves is transcribed ecstasy on a 24-hour basis, with its hymn of jubilation over the latest filter, the new cigarette, or the old cigarette with its newly discovered richer-milder-smoother-finer — where have we heard those words before? — qualities. To Smoke or Not to Smoke?
  • By replacing the alleluia sung in the normal seasons, it represents a kind of fasting from the wordless jubilation of the alleluia. What We Learn from Music
  • The jubilation of a Welsh rugby success turned to tragedy at the weekend when a car crash claimed the lives of two young men.
  • The patrolmen broke into joyous jubilation, some even crying tears of happiness.

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