Examples of rejoice in a Sentence
We all rejoiced over our friend's good luck.
rejoiced over our unexpected victory on the soccer field
Recent Examples of rejoice from the Web
Android users who follow a strict vegan diet and are heavily reliant on wordless communication have reason to rejoice.
The Olympic aftermath was a moment that saw Fiji rejoice and Suva become a cacophony of noise as locals sang songs and thumped spoons against pots.
Half a million rejoicing people flocked to Hyde Park.
Chicken and caffeine enthusiasts in Costa Mesa had two reasons to rejoice Monday night after the city Planning Commission approved proposals to open a coffeehouse in the Westside and a Buffalo Wild Wings on Newport Boulevard.
Fans on Twitter rejoiced at the series finale, which saw many of their characters receive their own happy endings, including those who were considered villains in the show, such as Parrilla’s Evil Queen and Carlyle’s Rumplestiltskin.
As Caps fans everywhere rejoiced, there were some incredible reactions, including the play-by-play call from radio announcer John Walton – complete with his famous catchphrase.
Let the binge watching commence. Friday Night Lights fans rejoice!
Kanye’s dating plan Kanye lovers, rejoice: A dating site may be in the works just for you.
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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
REJOICE Defined for Kids
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