jubilant


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ju·bi·lant

 (jo͞o′bə-lənt)
adj.
1. Exultingly joyful.
2. Expressing joy.

[Latin iūbilāns, iūbilant-, present participle of iūbilāre, to raise a shout of joy.]

ju′bi·lance n.
ju′bi·lant·ly adv.

jubilant

(ˈdʒuːbɪlənt)
adj
feeling or expressing great joy
[C17: from Latin jūbilāns shouting for joy, from jūbilāre to give a joyful cry, from jūbilum a shout, wild cry]
ˈjubilance, ˈjubilancy n
ˈjubilantly adv

ju•bi•lant

(ˈdʒu bə lənt)

adj.
showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph; exultant.
[1660–70; < Latin jūbilant-, s. of jūbilāns, present participle of jūbilāre to shout, whoop]
ju′bi•lance, n.
ju′bi•lant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.jubilant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or successjubilant - joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success; "rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day"; "a triumphal success"; "a triumphant shout"
elated - exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits; "the elated winner"; "felt elated and excited"
2.jubilant - full of high-spirited delight; "a joyful heart"
joyous - full of or characterized by joy; "felt a joyous abandon"; "joyous laughter"

jubilant

jubilant

adjective
Feeling or expressing an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
Translations
مُتَهَلِّل، مُبْتَهِج
jásající
jublende
örvendező
fagnandi
gavilējošs
sevinçten uçan

jubilant

[ˈdʒuːbɪlənt] ADJ [crowd] → jubiloso, exultante; [cry, shout] → de júbilo, alborozado

jubilant

[ˈdʒuːbɪlənt] adj
[supporters, crowds] → débordant(e) de joie, réjoui(e)
to be jubilant → jubiler
[scene, mood] → réjouissant(e)

jubilant

adjüberglücklich; (= expressing joy)jubelnd attr; voicejubelnd attr, → frohlockend attr; facestrahlend attr; (at sb’s failure etc) → triumphierend attr; they gave him a jubilant welcomesie empfingen ihn mit Jubel; to be jubilantüberglücklich sein, jubeln, strahlen, triumphieren

jubilant

[ˈdʒuːbɪlənt] adjgiubilante
to be jubilant → essere esultante

jubilant

(ˈdʒuːbilənt) adjective
showing and expressing triumphant joy. Jubilant crowds welcomed the victorious team home.
ˈjubilantly adverb
ˌjubiˈlation (-ˈlei-) noun
(sometimes in plural) (triumphant) rejoicing. There was great jubilation over the victory; The jubilations went on till midnight.
References in classic literature ?
We must have our sing, in the good old way, for we are all together again once more," said Jo, feeling that a good shout would be a safe and pleasant vent for the jubilant emotions of her soul.
All day long this man would toil thus, his whole being centered upon the purpose of making twenty-three instead of twenty-two and a half cents an hour; and then his product would be reckoned up by the census taker, and jubilant captains of industry would boast of it in their banquet halls, telling how our workers are nearly twice as efficient as those of any other country.
they were everywhere; they swept back and forth across the river constantly, and their jubilant music was never stilled.
He discovered nothing; and she went home jubilant, and dropped all concern about the matter permanently out of her mind.
But although Tom's ear tingled, his heart was jubilant.
Up he rode Followd with acclamation and the sound Symphonious of ten thousand Harpes that tun'd Angelic harmonies: the Earth, the Aire Resounded, (thou remember'st, for thou heardst) The Heav'ns and all the Constellations rung, The Planets in thir stations list'ning stood, While the bright Pomp ascended jubilant.
Miss Wilson, who had been conferring with the housekeeper, cut his speech short by ordering him to carry his wife to bed, which he did with the assistance of Smilash, now jubilant.
While Sancho fared thus, Don Quixote was watching the entrance, at one end of the arcade, of some twelve peasants, all in holiday and gala dress, mounted on twelve beautiful mares with rich handsome field trappings and a number of little bells attached to their petrals, who, marshalled in regular order, ran not one but several courses over the meadow, with jubilant shouts and cries of "Long live Camacho and Quiteria
I remember how jubilant Markham was at securing a new photograph of the planet for the illustrated paper he edited in those days.
His friend, jubilant and glori- fied, holding his treasure with vanity, came to him there.
To lose Madame de Cintre after he had taken such jubilant and triumphant possession of her was as great an affront to his pride as it was an injury to his happiness.
Monsieur George ought to have taken the very next train out of the town but he yielded to the temptation to discover what had happened to the house in the street of the Consuls after he and Dona Rita had stolen out of it like two scared yet jubilant children.