jubilarian

noun
ju·bi·lar·i·an | \ˌjü-bə-ˈler-ē-ən \

Definition of jubilarian 

: one celebrating a jubilee

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And as the jubilarians reflected Saturday on their religious careers, one common sentiment among them was that giving their lives to do God’s work has been joyful. Frank Vaisvilas, Daily Southtown, "A lifetime of devotion: Cardinal Cupich helps priests, nuns celebrate milestone anniversaries in Evergreen Park," 26 May 2018 The jubilarians also renewed their vows to God through poverty, chastity and obedience. Frank Vaisvilas, Daily Southtown, "A lifetime of devotion: Cardinal Cupich helps priests, nuns celebrate milestone anniversaries in Evergreen Park," 26 May 2018

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First Known Use of jubilarian

1782, in the meaning defined above

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