Examples of rejoice in a Sentence
We all rejoiced over our friend's good luck.
rejoiced over our unexpected victory on the soccer field
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Old fireplace lovers, rejoice: A handful of brick fireplaces help the home retain its antique origins.
The Miami Heat lost in the NBA Finals that year in large part because James had an inexplicable clunker of a series, and the basketball world rejoiced in collective LeBronfreude.
Alt-rock fans everywhere rejoiced upon the news of a Smashing Pumpkins reunion back in February.
There’s good news and bad news: Detroit’s drought isn’t the worst, so fans can rejoice in that.
For now, however, the family is simply rejoicing in having finally found him.
Meanwhile, locals in the towns near the caves are rejoicing as the first of the boys make their way to hospitals where they’ll be accessed and treated.
For a few short hours the nation rejoiced that the search had ended.
Insurgent candidates running for state offices and those who have bucked the county organization in the past rejoiced.
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Origin and Etymology of rejoice
REJOICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rejoice for English Language Learners
: to feel or show that you are very happy about something
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