American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of rejoicing.
- n. The condition or feeling of being jubilant.
- n. A celebration or other expression of joy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of jubilating or exulting; a rejoicing; exultation; triumph.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A triumphant shouting; rejoicing; exultation.
- n. a feeling of extreme joy
- n. the utterance of sounds expressing great joy
- n. a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
- Latin iūbilātiō ("a shouting for joy"). (Wiktionary)
“Polly pounded on her desk in jubilation, and when the bell rang soon thereafter, and she and I stayed behind to talk to Dr. Miller.”
“LUDDEN: Now, some listeners may recall that, you know, all this jubilation is only months after a devastating earthquake struck the country.”
“Beantown in jubilation with a familiar smell in the air”
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“Dinara Safina, sister of men's player Marat Safin, falls to the court in jubilation after finishing off her come-from-behind upset of top-seeded Maria Sharapova on Monday.”
“When Carter scored his first goal only 42 seconds into the game, the diehards erupted in jubilation and it seemed like the Flyers would be able to ride that emotional boost for at least the rest of the period.”
“Kaka screamed in jubilation, throwing his arms out wide, and Roberto Carlos jumped on his back for a short, celebratory piggyback ride.”
“The Russian leaped into the air in jubilation when the puck went into the net, and the Sabres knew their electrifying forward was back on board.”
“Mumme raised a towel in jubilation as the final seconds ticked off and students stormed the field in celebration.”
“The Sooners rushed out onto the field in jubilation, and Baylor players walked to the locker room with their helmets in their hands.”
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