ju·​bi·​lance ˈjü-bə-lən(t)s How to pronounce jubilance (audio)

Examples of jubilance in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web So far in 2024, pitcher injuries have undercut the jubilance of the new season. Matt Weyrich, Baltimore Sun, 17 Apr. 2024 Despite the heaviness that has hung in the air this Ramadan, there was also a sense of jubilance here in East Jerusalem, as children ran through the streets and friends and families gathered to enjoy sweets and snacks just outside the Old City. NBC News, 15 Mar. 2024 There’s a jubilance to this song that’s not apparent to those just reading the stanza. Vulture, 26 Jan. 2024 Read full article But a Jean Segura infield single up the middle in the eighth quelled some of that jubilance. Julian McWilliams, BostonGlobe.com, 29 June 2023 But beyond her voice, look and Hitsville USA parade, the most striking part of the performance might have been a jubilance and joie de vivre that has not been dulled after countless concerts over the years. Chris Kelly, Washington Post, 2 July 2023 Tim Scott presented himself as a cosmic ray of vigor and jubilance, which precluded displays of ... Noah Rothman, National Review, 1 June 2023 The book written by David Thompson with Sharon Washington maintains the film’s immediate post-World War II jubilance but jettisons much of the plot that was specific to De Niro and Minnelli. Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times, 26 Apr. 2023 The grit and jubilance of Greenwood were on display Sunday as residents who know the history of this moment, along with visitors eager to learn, walked Greenwood Avenue ahead of the centennial of a race massacre that is getting new national attention. NBC News, 27 May 2021

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Word History

First Known Use

1864, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of jubilance was in 1864

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“Jubilance.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jubilance. Accessed 13 Jun. 2024.

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