Definition of "jubilate" []

  • To rejoice; exult. (verb-intransitive)
  • To have or express great joy; rejoice (verb)

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  • To celebrate a jubilee (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "jubilate" in a sentence
  • "A local person belongs to Royal Family of Chitral told that we often arrange a musical Evening as and when a foreigner hunts a Markhor to express our happy and satisfaction to jubilate it because this is the only source of income for our area."
  • "Which begins with “O jubilate” … and ends with I was a seed pod tumbling and an admission:"
  • "As you can see behind me, as the votes came in from the different polling stations, they were posted on these big screens for all to see, and as expected, the ANC won overwhelmingly, a jubilate party here."