Examples of rejoicing in a Sentence
there was great rejoicing at the launch party for the book
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So while there is rejoicing in places like Boston and Philadelphia, and relief in places like Toronto, where James can no longer torment the poor Raptors, there is reason for a bit of hope in places like Detroit.
Plus a young New York socialist is likely to be elected to Congress in November and there's a lot of rejoicing over that in some corners.
That his death led Jason and Loni Renee to salvation was cause for rejoicing.
Expect there to be plenty of rejoicing in places like Weston, Dover, and Wellesley, which have had the greatest per-capita clusters of million-dollar earners in recent years, state data show.
Newcastle finished 10th in the Premier League, with a squad likely unable to achieve that under any other manager, and should be in a period of rejoicing - looking forward to pushing on even further next season.
Today truly is a day for rejoicing, because Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon from The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, and The Bachelor Winter Games—so, yes, every iteration in the franchise—are finally dating.
Monday's outbreak of lethal violence in Gaza coincided with Israeli rejoicing over the Trump administration's symbolic inauguration of a new U.S. Embassy in the contested city of Jerusalem.
The cruises and resort vacations offered year-round from Olivia Travel continue on, today, and attract women of all ages, ethnicities and income levels, some celebrating their now-legal weddings and honeymoons, some rejoicing in retirement.
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