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Examples of jubilee in a Sentence
the town is planning a year-long jubilee in celebration of its founding 200 years ago
Recent Examples of jubilee from the Web
Events frequently turn the walkable area into a jubilee, and entire days and evenings can be passed sampling craft cocktails, a bevy of microbrews and organic fare.
And Sanford hosts a daylong jubilee with a kids area and live music and more fireworks over another lake (3 p.m., Fort Mellon Park, sanfordfl.gov).
The Crescent City already had Mardi Gras for parades, Bourbon Street for revelry, and a handful of go-to gay bars, so an LGBTQ-specific jubilee seemed sort of superfluous.
Cranberries jubilee is cooked up in a 4-foot skillet and served over ice cream.
That incident in the restaurant, with the chafing dish of flaming cherries jubilee and the business writer from the Times?
For the Fourth, the luxe, 100-year-old resort goes all out with a five-day jubilee with fireworks over the lake, free movies nightly, and classes.
This twenty-year birthday tradition has morphed this year into a month-long global jubilee.
Although the whole evening was definitely a call for jubilee, the best part was Blue’s handwritten notes celebrating the award winners.
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Origin and Etymology of jubilee
JUBILEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jubilee for English Language Learners
: a special anniversary; also : a celebration at the time of such an anniversary
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