Definition of "rejoyce" [rejoyce]

  • Obsolete spelling of rejoice. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rejoyce" in a sentence
  • "In "rejoyce," recorded three months after "Two Heads" on September 22, 1967, she produced a classic, and, in the words of Newsweek, one of the most "brilliant" songs in the Schwann catalogue, a four-minute pastiche of James Joyce's Ulysses updated for the modern generation."
  • "Arrangements of Grace's songs-she had written "rejoyce" on the piano and Spencer scored horns for it."
  • "Her "White Rabbit" was already the classic acid trip, and her "rejoyce" had opened the stream of consciousness of free love in popular music."
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