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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Russophiles and sportswear fanatics, rejoice: Reebok just received a makeover with a Muscovian tinge.
Motorsport fans headed out to Texas Motor Speedway this week can rejoice!
Mrs Pizzuti Henry was clearly impressed with Salah, and posted on her official Twitter account to rejoice in Salah's goalscoring bonanza.
Celebrating and empowering women should absolutely not be restricted to one day, but having an extra special day to rejoice for all womankind and spread awareness is pretty great.
That’s why loyal customers rejoiced when, nine years after closing her Nolita shop, Rosen returned with a new denim store, this time on a bustling avenue in Greenpoint.
Though many of the images carry a psychological burden, others have a levity, a spirited overture to rejoice in the landscape, its light, the journey itself.
Getting ready for the fall of civilization can be a real downer, but doomsday preppers can rejoice in knowing there's finally a beer brewed with the apocalypse in mind.
Although there are some who rejoice in his death, there are millions across the length and breadth of this world who are smitten with grief that this friend of mankind — all mankind — has been cut down in the flower of his youth.
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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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