Examples of jubilant in a Sentence
the nominee's jubilant acceptance speech before the cheering crowd
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The memorial day continues into Wednesday, ending at sundown with a sharp break into jubilant festivities marking 70 years since Israel's establishment.
More smoke, more flames, more noise, but celebratory this time — jubilant, a hymn of praise.
Every misplaced City pass -- of which there were many -- was met with jubilant jeers from the home crowd, while every time Salah got in possession the murmur of excitement would intensify.
At events ranging from a jubilant concert to a solemn wreath-laying, admirers around the country took time to both reflect on King’s legacy and discuss how his example can apply to racial and economic divides still plaguing society.
Great poems by Nikki Giovanni combine here with the jubilant paintings of Newbery Medal-winner Ashley Bryan.
His complex composition looks like it's copied from a photograph that might have been snapped as the jubilant team jumped onto the field at Dodger Stadium after Game 7.
After the regional championship trophy was carried off the floor and water was splashed inside a jubilant Kansas locker room, three Jayhawks headed down a hallway at the CenturyLink Center.
After seeing himself in the eyes of the jubilant kids of Uganda, the Bronx native decided to invest $100,000 in building a new Suubi Health Centre last year, which has now helped serve over 300,000 citizens.
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JUBILANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jubilant for English Language Learners
: feeling or expressing great joy : very happy
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