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Word: jubilation

Definition: rejoicing; great joy


Sentences Containing 'jubilation'

After a night of celebration, Otpor interrupted the jubilation with pictures of the horrors of the past ten years, telling Serbian they had nothing to celebrate.
Ahmadiyya Muslims say that after much jubilation was shown by the opponents of Ahmad upon Atham being alive once the time limit of the original prophecy expired, Ghulam Ahmad invited him to swear on oath that he did not entertain the least thought of the truth of Islam and the falsehood of Christianity, offering him a promise of 4,000 rupees if he did.
Hultman published three collections of hymns: "Cymbalen" (The Cymbal), "Jubelklangen" (The Sound of Jubilation) and "Solskenssånger" (Sunshine Songs).
The announcement of the UAR was met with widespread jubilation and celebration throughout the Arab world, but most prominently in Syria.
The day of his arrival, despite the suspicion of many, the electricity comes and is greeted with jubilation around the neighborhood.
The end of the war and emancipation brought both jubilation and anxiety, many not knowing how to restructure their lives.

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