Examples of jubilant in a Sentence
the nominee's jubilant acceptance speech before the cheering crowd
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Some jubilant Ethiopians compared it to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
While European politicians bickered about where the migrants should go, those rescued by the Open Arms were jubilant, jumping, chanting, and hugging their rescuers.
Even though the recording machine may grind to a temporary halt this year, there's plenty of grease on the gears of their unabashed brand of jubilant, deliberately grimey rock and roll to keep them running strong.
Syrian state television broadcast scenes of jubilant celebration among government troops entering the sorry landscape.
Should Post or any of his fans at Saturday’s concert meet an untimely demise, their friends and families should know that almost everyone at Saturday’s concert participated in a jubilant, if somewhat depraved, celebration of life.
Pubs Pubs in countries whose teams progress to the tournament’s later stages stand to gain from hosting throngs of jubilant fans.
Kane Brown was still jubilant and surprised over winning his first major award for best collaborative video at Wednesday night’s CMT Music Awards.
The apprehension and nerve-wrenching thrill from an adrenaline-crazed 24 hours spilled onto the field in one jubilant celebration Wednesday evening, with Marriotts Ridge players launching their sticks sky-high and bum-rushing goalie Colin Kelley.
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JUBILANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jubilant for English Language Learners
: feeling or expressing great joy : very happy
JUBILANT Defined for Kids
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