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- adj. Common misspelling of jubilant.
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They were so jubilent about overthrowing democracy and defrauding the American public when they emptied the Treasury to pay back their wealthiest contributors that Bush took a month long vacation to celebrate.
Their jubilent mania associated with McCains announcement about Gitmo, the "I told you so's" and "There isn't a dimes difference between McCain and Obama" are not only intellectually vacuous but offensive considering their track record and hand in allowing the marxist community organizer into the most powerful office in the world.
Not everyone is so jubilent with Obama's upcoming administration ....
Sony Computer Entertainment proved equally jubilent with the Black Friday performance of their PlayStation 3.
They became jubilent as they learned that Bristol was pregnant, and in their minds confirmed that Evangelicals would not stand with her.