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the nominee's jubilant acceptance speech before the cheering crowd
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While live on air, in the middle of the crowded party, Kati walked up to a number of jubilant supporters at random, asking them for their reactions to the big win.
For the jubilant, flag-waiving throngs who filled rallies across Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdish enclave in recent weeks, a vote on independence Monday represents a chance to realize a dream cherished for generations.
My brother Gavin is the embodiment of the Christmas spirit — generous, miraculous, jubilant.
In his acceptance speech on the Alameda, the main drag of the capital, Santiago, a jubilant Mr Piñera promised unity, dialogue and consensus.
Cara's grandparents had come to town to celebrate their 90th birthdays, a jubilant party with more than 100 family and friends crowding her home.
But what unfolded before him — jubilant dancing, bright shining faces of boys and girls alike — compelled him to move a little closer.
Twisted Xmas Riverside Municipal Auditorium December 22 Not everything this month needs to be candy-colored and jubilant.
For a few moments of an otherwise jubilant afternoon, Ravens fans felt their stomachs clench.
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Synonymscock-a-hoop, crank [chiefly dialect], crowing, exulting, glorying, exultant, prideful, proud, rejoicing, triumphant
Related Wordsecstatic, elated, euphoric; arrogant, boastful, cocky; conquering, victorious, winning
Near Antonymscrestfallen, defeated, dejected, depressed, disconsolate, dispirited, downcast
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