• WordNet 3.6
    • n jubilance a feeling of extreme joy
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n jubilance Gladness; exultation; jubilation.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Jubilance exultation
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. jubilāre, to shout for joy. Not conn. with Jubilee.


In literature:

The banquet had scarcely come to an end when the jubilant sound of horns was heard from the forest.
"Love affairs of the Courts of Europe" by Thornton Hall
Dr. Clay, however, watched all the proceedings now with a jubilant mind.
"A Master of Fortune" by Cutcliffe Hyne
Some members of the bar were present and were jubilant about their brand-new Confederacy.
"Strange True Stories of Louisiana" by George Washington Cable
A conference, jubilant in its nature, took place during the afternoon, in the inner office of the commission firm.
"Wells Brothers" by Andy Adams
We may easily think met Him eagerly, jubilantly, with glad, free, open face and clinging hands.
"Quiet Talks about Jesus" by S. D. Gordon
If one could have judged by the expressions on their faces, Lew was little short of jubilant.
"The Young Wireless Operator--As a Fire Patrol" by Lewis E. Theiss
The government officials were jubilant.
"The Wearing of the Green" by A.M. Sullivan
The end is a revel of jubilation.
"Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies" by Philip H. Goepp
He was weary in body, but very jubilant in mind.
"The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight" by Elizabeth von Arnim
Mozart's happy nature was jubilant over the journey.
"The World's Great Men of Music" by Harriette Brower
Lao Chang afterwards informed me that this man's wife had just presented him with a second son, and great jubilation was taking place.
"Across China on Foot" by Edwin Dingle
But for that last quarter of an hour with Diana, how jubilantly would he have entered the house!
"The Testing of Diana Mallory" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
Joy bells had rung before this, but never with such a wild jubilation, such a clamour of palpitating triumph.
"A Heroine of France" by Evelyn Everett-Green
But all this had no present effect on Brimfield's jubilation, and the school acted as if a most notable victory had been won.
"Left Tackle Thayer" by Ralph Henry Barbour
Adam, rejuvenated and jubilant, went whistling about his work as of yore.
"The Tidal Wave and Other Stories" by Ethel May Dell
The Megillath Taanith contains no jubilations over these triumphs, but is a sober record of facts.
"Chapters on Jewish Literature" by Israel Abrahams
It had the quality of a rapid fire of jubilant exclamation as a piece of news was passed from lip to lip.
"The Last Shot" by Frederick Palmer
How inappropriate had been our jubilation!
"The Siege of Kimberley" by T. Phelan
The young people were jubilant, as the long hoped-for pleasure trip to Europe was about to be realized.
"The Harris-Ingram Experiment" by Charles E. Bolton
She grew almost jubilant at the prospect of the journey.
"The Bad Man" by Charles Hanson Towne

In poetry:

A morn of winds and swaying trees—
Earth's jubilance rushing out!
The birds are fighting with the breeze;
The waters heave about.
"Songs of the Summer Days" by George MacDonald
So happy, so jubilant they who confess
That the good be Thine, who seek Thee
And adornment unending, who take pains
To love Thee alone full-willing, O Lord.
"Song V" by Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski
But to Him who gives us beauty for ashes,
And the oil of joy for mourning long,
Let thy hills give thanks, and all thy waters
Break into jubilant waves of song!
"Revisited" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Hark, in the pines, the free Wind, complaining—
Moaning, and murmuring, "Life is bare!"
Hark, in the organ, the caught Wind, outstraining,
Jubilant rise in a soaring prayer!
"A Song For Christmas" by George MacDonald
What glorified form did the Angel of Death
Assume to her view, that it left the bright trace
Of a jubilant welcome, whose icy breath
Froze the sunny smile on her fair young face?
"Transition" by Mary Eliza Ireland
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:

Death tempers Tate's jubilation over Stamps' starting role.
Mill Creek's Miller — from frustration to jubilation — in 5 seconds.
Seattleite in Libya witnesses historic jubilation .
Violence, jubilation in Yemen after Saleh's departure.
Moms need a little jubilation .
After Jubilation of Vote, South Sudan Faces Reality of Country Formation.
Playoff jubilation flows at Fenway.
The mood at Carnegie Hall on Friday evening was unusually jubilant as a sold-out house consisting almost entirely of women, many clad in tuxedos, gathered to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Olivia Records.
Jubilant and newly confident Bahrain protesters poured back into Pearl Square Saturday after the Army withdrew.
Positron, Jubilant DraxImage Collaborate on Supply of Strontium-82, Rubidium -82 Generators.
Kings reflect on their historic accomplishment in front of thousands of jubilant fans at Staples Center.
The Dixie Hummingbirds God's Radar Diamond Jubilation Treasure.
Is this your jubilant, whose origin was in ancient times, whose feet have taken her to settle far away.
O'Brien: Jubilant response after news of bin Laden's death is understandable .
A jubilant Rick Santorum is leveraging victories in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri to increase pressure on Mitt Romney, labeling him "a well-oiled weather vane " who often shifts his positions.

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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