Jubilant sentence example

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  • The boy was jubilant to be with a dad he loved and away from an overly strict mom.
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  • Papa Quinn, Howie and my wife and I were exhausted but jubilant.
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  • The store's unusual comforters are a jubilant celebration of hodgepodge colors, artfully arranged to create a look worthy of any tropical environment.
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  • jubilant crowds emerged on the streets.
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  • jubilant at the result.
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  • jubilant to see him go.
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  • Worship in meetings flows freely, and praise tends to be rather jubilant!
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  • jubilant celebration for the reunified Germans.
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  • Yet this isn't making many Labor voters feel jubilant.
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  • But Mrs Trudi White, a Hockerton Housing Project resident, said the mood at the development was now jubilant.
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  • However there are also contemplative and joyful movements and a jubilant finale.
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  • The flight crews returned jubilant that their missions had been successful.
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  • Streets remained bereft of the jubilant crowds thronging Serbia.
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  • Perhaps had we known what the future held we should not have been so jubilant.
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  • jubilant in final assembly when the final.. .
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  • If I'm sounding jubilant about this little victory it is not because I personally have anything against Uri Geller.
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  • jubilant, mood.
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  • jubilant supporters of Mr Arrian last night celebrated the news.
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  • Next, a noteworthy jubilant note is struck when " the daughter of Zion " is bidden to exult (v.
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  • jubilant scenes meant that the American troops needed pictures of Iraqis who in different ways demonstrated hatred for Saddam's regime.
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  • jubilant fans taking him to be Brehme.
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  • The announcement cleaved the audience in two, Alun's supporters quietly jubilant, Rhodri's deeply resentful.
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  • Disappointing to watch from the sidelines but nonetheless proud to be part of the squad and of course very jubilant to see them win.
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  • 1 The singular 1 is properly the infinitive or nomen verbi of 1 '7r1 a verb employed in the technical language of the Temple service for the execution of a jubilant song of praise to the accompaniment of music and the blare of the priestly trumpets (1 Chron.
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  • He spent a happy summer mainly at Gohlis, near Leipzig, his jubilant mood being reflected in the Ode an die Freude; and in September of the same year he followed his new friend Korner to Dresden.
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  • Out in the fresh air once more, Ewan and Kai rejoined a jubilant Leon and a rather po-faced wizard.
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  • Jubilant crowds... topple a 40-foot statue of Saddam '] * Embedded In Iraq: Was It Worth It?
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