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- n. Jubilation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a feeling of extreme joy; jubilation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Gladness; exultation; jubilation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a feeling of extreme joy
Mattins, they were set as a Prayer-Anthem -- beginning with the jubilance which is expressed by the twofold Hallelujah, and gradually modulating the jubilance in preparation for the Service which followed.
Just a scant four weeks ago on July 9, 2011, the world bore witness to the birth of its newest nation, the Republic of South Sudan, and while inspiring images of jubilance and flag-raising were present on our screens for just a few moments, they were almost as quickly replaced by another, and yet another story that seemed just slightly closer to home.
It's best just to hand them over and hope your friends share Fforde's jubilance for poking fun at some of our most revered "classic" books.
Like the scenes of wild jubilance in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday, with crowds jumping up and down in joy and waving the Egyptian flag, similar emotions erupted across Iran.
The ethereal backing track of "Tell Me Why" is just as sweet, but lyrically, our hero's jubilance blurs with anger.
The room's tone combines jubilance and dignity, but its intention remains pretty much a mystery.
I was even compelled to share — and defend — my own jubilance as a fan of comics more than the movies.
Instead, a young man greeted me with great jubilance, introduced himself and then explained that he was Zanzibar's self-proclaimed "Director for Obama '08."
There is a large dose of Arcade Fire's jubilance, but with a greater effervescence (like a sheer wash of fluorescent color dripping down) and it is uncanny how the swoops and lilts of Simon Balthazar's voice evoke a young David Byrne.
The Hallelujah Chorus is perhaps the most moving and inspiring part of the whole sing-along as all of Massey Hall stands to sing out Hallelujah! with an exhilarating jubilance of unmatched spirit.