rejoice in the name/title of

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of rejoice in the name/title of

British, humorous
: to have a name/title that makes people laugh or smile
  • a woman who rejoices in the name of Eugenia Whelpbottom

Word by Word Definitions

rejoice play
  1. : to give joy to : gladden

  2. : to feel joy or great delight

name play
  1. : a word or phrase that constitutes the distinctive designation of a person or thing

  2. : a word or symbol used in logic to designate an entity

  3. : a descriptive often disparaging epithet

  1. : to give a name to : call

  2. : to mention or identify by name

  3. : to accuse by name

  1. : of, relating to, or bearing a name

  2. : appearing in the name of a literary or theatrical production

  3. : having an established reputation

title play
  1. : the distinguishing name of a written, printed, or filmed production

  2. : a similar distinguishing name of a musical composition or a work of art

  3. : a usually published work as distinguished from a particular copy

  1. : to provide a title for

  2. : to designate or call by a title : term, style

  1. : of or relating to a title: such as

  2. : having the same name as the title of a production

  3. : having the same title as or providing the title for the collection or production of which it forms a part


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