adjective con·jubilant \kən, (ˈ)kän+\

Definition of conjubilant

  1. :  shouting together with joy

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Origin and Etymology of conjubilant

Medieval Latin conjubilant-, conjubilans, present participle of conjubilare, from Latin com- + jubilare to shout for joy — more at jubilate

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