- v. present participle of celebrate.
“If this is what we call celebrating our independence, then perhaps we need a new national anthem.”
“The choice of the word "celebrating" is an interesting one.”
“The Gandhi Bhavan Mandir, with representatives of Art of Living, hosted a wake last night which they described as celebrating the life of Gossai.”
“Specifically, we were discussing the questions of one pastor who would like to begin celebrating the Novus Ordo occasionally ad Orientem.”
“Among those celebrating is noted composer A.R. Rahman, whose original work and collaboration with artist M.I.A. provided "Slumdog" with its venerable score.”
“Lest one think our nerdery has gone beyond the limits of salubrity in celebrating this unlikely nomenclatural coincidence, rest assured that we were not the first to take notice or rejoice in this obscure triumph for Lovecraft fans everywhere.”
“Nevertheless, the parish priest, Fr. Tiago Roney Sanxo, decided to begin celebrating in Latin once a month, at first only according to the Missal of Paul VI (Ordinary Form), but with a view to eventually alternating between that and the usus antiquior (Extraordinary Form).”
“- What has your experience been in celebrating or learning to celebrate the usus antiquior?”
“I look forward to following your 365 days of sketches – and in celebrating your victories as you are placed and win your comps.”
“Some of you may recall that the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius were recently involved, along with Bishop Joseph Perry, in celebrating a pontifical Mass in the usus antiquior on EWTN.”
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