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jubilate

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v jubilate to express great joy "Who cannot exult in Spring?"
    • v jubilate celebrate a jubilee
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Jubilate A name of the 100th Psalm; -- so called from its opening word in the Latin version.
    • Jubilate The third Sunday after Easter; -- so called because the introit is the 66th Psalm, which, in the Latin version, begins with the words, “Jubilate Deo.”
    • v. i Jubilate To exult; to rejoice.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • jubilate To utter jubilant sounds or expressions; rejoice; exult.
    • n jubilate In the Anglican liturgy, the canticle or psalm (Ps. c.) that follows the second lesson in the morning service: so called from the first word of the Latin version.
    • n jubilate A musical setting of this canticle.
    • n jubilate The third Sunday after Easter: so called from the 66th Psalm (which in the Vulgate begins with the same words as the 100th) being used as the introit on that day.
    • n jubilate A monk, canon, or doctor who has served fifty years.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Jubilate to exult, rejoice
    • ns Jubilate the third Sunday after Easter, so called because the Church Service began on that day with the 66th Psalm, 'Jubilate Deo,' &c.: also the 100th Psalm, which in the English Prayer-Book is a canticle used as an alternative for the Benedictus
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. jubilatus, p. p., of jubilare,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. jubilāre, to shout for joy. Not conn. with Jubilee.

Usage

In literature:

Instead of the jubilant hymenaeus, the voice of his own child greeted him on the threshold.
"Cleopatra, Complete" by Georg Ebers
It seemed as though the very trees by the wayside joined in the limitless jubilation.
"Barbara Blomberg, Complete" by Georg Ebers
George and his lovely wife rejoiced with the other jubilant people, but they were happiest when they were alone with his mother.
"Complete Short Works" by Georg Ebers
Smoke met Shorty in the warm saloon, and found the latter jubilant.
"Smoke Bellew" by Jack London
And afterwards, crossing his arms over his breast, he would chatter away jubilantly for hours.
"The Fat and the Thin" by Emile Zola
The trees were jubilant with birds, and the paths with rollicking children.
"A Tramp Abroad" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Yet, at that period of the battle, we were the victors and felt jubilant.
"The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman, Vol. I., Part 2" by William T. Sherman
As for her uncle, he was jubilant.
"Jess" by H. Rider Haggard
There was much jubilation among the watchers on deck at the prospect.
"The Home of the Blizzard" by Douglas Mawson
The old man was jubilant.
"Carnac's Folly, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
But when she and her husband were alone on their way to the house her jubilation burst forth.
"Cap'n Dan's Daughter" by Joseph C. Lincoln
Great was the jubilation.
"Fiat Money Inflation in France" by Andrew Dickson White
Especially in South Carolina were the "Fire-eating" Southrons jubilant over the event.
"The Great Conspiracy, Complete" by John Alexander Logan
The result was that the school nine began to pile up runs, and Hiram and Luke were jubilant.
"Baseball Joe on the School Nine" by Lester Chadwick
The Esquimo were jubilant.
"North-Pole Voyages" by Zachariah Atwell Mudge
They were jubilant, for they began to think they had outwitted their never-ceasing enemies.
"The Rival Pitchers" by Lester Chadwick
Tom Glaze was jubilant and slapped the victor on the back.
"Ande Trembath" by Matthew Stanley Kemp
The bookmakers were jubilant and howled with delight.
"The Runaways" by Nat Gould
Then the jubilant trainer thrust a way through the howling mob and led him to his dressing room.
"Bert Wilson, Marathon Winner" by J. W. Duffield
Perhaps we may go further, and detect a finer note in this great blast of jubilation, a note of higher and more solemn gladness.
"Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther" by Walter Adeney
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In poetry:

My organ-pipes will then stand up awake,
Their life soar, as from smouldering wood the blaze;
And swift contending harmonies shall shake
Thy windows with a storm of jubilant praise.
"Shall The Dead Praise Thee?" by George MacDonald
Herwegh, you lark of iron!
You rise on a swift and jubilant wing,
Toward sunlight and freedom, Liberty's lover!
Is the long winter really over?
Is Germany really awake to the Spring?
"To George Herwegh" by Heinrich Heine
And as the years move on apace
He stands the center of a race
Whose faces are upturned to God,
Praying heaven to break the rod,
And overturn the powers of sin
And let the jubilant year come in.
"Tribute To Rev. William Paul Quinn" by James Madison Bell
Old Hawkins he was jubilant, and up at Peter's store
A lovely lot of specimens was showing;
And we gazed at them and groaned, for the truth had to be owned:
We had put him on a pile without our knowing.
"Hopeful Hawkins" by C J Dennis
A gallant city has been builded far
In the pied heaven,
Bannered with crimson, sentinelled by star Of crystal even;
Around a harbor of the twilight glowing,
With jubilant waves about its gateways flowing
"Sea Sunset" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
And then she woke. The winter moon above
Burst on her sight;
And with strange sweetness all her dream was wove
In its far flight,
For jubilant bells rocked booming "peace and love"
Down all the aisles of night.
"The Dream Of Christ" by Madison Julius Cawein

In news:

Paul told jubilant supporters, "We have had a victory for the cause of liberty tonight" because his libertarian message was proving more popular than ever.
The rapper combined jubilant support for the President with just a hint of self-promotion and one amazing pun.
In New York, Ground Zero goes from mourning to jubilation.
Inside a jubilant visitors' clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park, third baseman David Wright struggled to recall the New York Mets' last three-game sweep in Philly.
CORONADO, Calif (AP) — Thousands of sailors aboard the USS Carl Vinson jubilantly returned to their home port Wednesday, four days before Father's Day and nearly seven weeks after the ship carried Osama bin Laden's body to a burial at sea.
NEW YORK Joyous at the release of a decade's frustration, Americans streamed to the site of the World Trade Center, the gates of the White House and smaller but no less jubil.
Longtime Senators Loyalists Share the Jubilation With a New Generation.
Jubilance as Libyans vote in historic elections.
Jubilant Palestinians mob Gaza streets.
Champagne awaits jubilant O's in clubhouse.
Jubilant Czechs clinch 'amazing' Fed Cup title defense.
Too early to call it, but Mar is jubilant and so are his supporters.
FX Crowley campaign party jubilant, then thin.
Pharma and Fast Food Fuel the Jubilant Bhartia Group.
SHELBYVILLE – It's only been three years since Anderson County had tasted the sweetness of a district soccer championship, but the jubilation branded on the Lady Bearcats' faces emphasized the fact that it had been too long.
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In science:

Kubo, in Polarization, Matiere et Rayonnement, livre jubile en l’honneur du Professeur A.
Random Matrices and Supersymmetry in Disordered Systems
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