- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rejoice.
“Fans rejoiced from the Amazon rainforest to Rio de Janerio's beaches to Sao Paulo's city center.”
“The house my friends were living in rejoiced in the euphonious name of "Motesitzkysches Haus," and it used to provoke me to hear the glib way in which the shop-keepers would run the name off when desired to send home parcels.”
“Nur al-Din rejoiced at the captain’s words with joy exceeding and thanked him for his bounty and benevolence.”
“So the crew and captain rejoiced in Hasan’s release, and he called down blessings on them and praised the Almighty and thanked”
“Pare-vaka rejoiced, for he had a daughter who, in his opinion, should be _avaga_ to the wealthy and clever white man, who could _tori nui_ and”
“Were someone to say that he "rejoiced" over the murder of someone, I would think him immoral.”
“In 2001, the cardinal wrote that he "rejoiced" when he discovered that a French bishop had sheltered an abusive priest from authorities.”
“In that case we should expect _kakkê_; and, moreover, to so render gives no sense, especially since the verb _ú-te-el-li-lu_ is without much question to be rendered "rejoiced," and not "purified.”
“See what came of offering willingly to the Lord -- they "rejoiced," and everything they did, even eating and drinking, was "with great gladness.”
“Witnesses have told investigators that the newly-widowed first lady was part of a circle of that "rejoiced" when news was brought of the murder of political opponents.”
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