Examples of rejoicing in a Sentence
there was great rejoicing at the launch party for the book
Recent Examples of rejoicing from the Web
On their face, the indictments have little to say about the possibility of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, a fact that has already led to much rejoicing in MAGAland.
Ah, Thanksgiving — a time for family, rejoicing, and... disaster.
The social media reactions over the player's injury were not at all sympathetic, with many rejoicing after getting wind of the development.
Soon Lefebvre was both providing inspiration for, and rejoicing in, the writings of the French Situationists (such as Guy Debord’s ‘society of the spectacle’ or the Belgian writer Raoul Vaneigem’s ‘revolution of everyday life’).
The pro-unity rally contrasted with a night of wild rejoicing by independence supporters after Friday’s vote by lawmakers to break away from Spain.
French baroque opera demands clear musical articulation of text; Haymarket’s singers, hobbled by the pacing, did little declamation, and every emotion—lamenting, raging, or rejoicing—was smoothed into one unbroken line.
Meddling with foreign policy or breaking rules on record-keeping is hardly cause for rejoicing among Democrats or liberals or conservatives or Americans or inhabitants of Earth.
In Orlando, when Valot’s phone call came in, there was rejoicing.
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