- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rejoice.
“No man worthy the name rejoices in any homage which his own effort and character have not deserved.”
“The comfort of good men flourishing and lasting: The light of the righteous rejoices, that is, it increases, and makes them glad.”
“Kaname rejoices saying that Yuuki always has been able to see through him.”
“There was among us no specimen of the lean and dogged crusader of learning that kindles the eye of the master: no fanatical Scot, such as rejoices the Oxford or Cambridge don; no liquid-orbed and hawk-faced Hebrew with flushed cheek bones, such as sets the pace in the class-rooms of our large universities.”
“As far as the east is from the west, so far our sins are -- _not_ set from us, but multiplied around us: the Sun himself, think you he _now_ 'rejoices' to run his course, when he plunges westward to the horizon, so widely red, not with clouds, but blood?”
“rejoices' at Ronaldo signingRonaldo: career in picturesFootball images of the year "It's certainly pleasing that a great club like that are interested in me," he told Corriere dello Sport.”
“RNC Members Choose Whites-Only Chairman" and reporting that the White House "rejoices" over the election of Dawson as national chairman).”
“Every day should be a party that rejoices in the grace that rains upon us.”
“The rest will take care of itself while the entire human race rejoices that you no longer exist among them and they are spared the misery of your very existance”
“It is not glad about injustice, but rejoices in the truth.”
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