from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person celebrating a jubilee.
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- n. A person celebrating a jubilee, a special anniversary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who celebrates his jubilee or fiftieth year in some state of life or profession; specifically, a priest, a monk, or a nun who has passed fifty years in the sacerdotal office or the monastic life.
He shall come, sidesmen accostant, by aryan jubilarian and on brigadier-general Nolan or and buccaneer-admiral Browne, with — who can doubt it? — his golden beagles and his white elkox terriers for a hunting on our littlego illcome faxes.
The organizing jubilarian, Batch 85, promises PARTY ALL NIGHT.
Fr Heck was a jubilarian in profession and priesthood, the senior member of the Swiss-American Congregation in profession, priesthood and age, and the senior in age of the entire confederation of Benedictine monks throughout the world.
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