jubilance


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jubilance - a feeling of extreme joyjubilance - a feeling of extreme joy    
joy, joyfulness, joyousness - the emotion of great happiness
triumph - the exultation of victory

jubilance

noun
The act or condition of feeling an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
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Karachi -- As Pakistan's stock market approached its entry into the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, investors' jubilance and excitement soared high with the local bourse witnessing an acceleration to the level of 52,876 points in May'17.
The chief guest Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, expressed his jubilance over the infrastructure of the university, said 'It is so heartening to see the institute, that my mother, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, laid the foundation of, has grown into a gigantic university which not only competing the best universities at home, but in abroad, as well'.
Before anything else, you have to appreciate the jubilance displayed in the rhumba-inflected tune.
Environmental and cause-oriented groups all over the world have expressed relief and jubilance after 69 containers of illegally dumped trash were reshipped back yesterday to Canada after languishing in the Philippines for six long years.
Raise a toast to all the success at our plush restaurants and taste jubilance like never before." Rooms at "Colombo's most lavish business hotel", start at PS125 a night.
Raise a toast to all the success at our plush restaurants and taste jubilance like never before." The rooms at "Colombo's most lavish business hotel", start at PS125 a night.
On this occasion, Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Khan Afridi expressed jubilance over meeting with Imam-e-Kaaba Dr Sheikh Abdullah Awad Al-Juhany.
Does he ever worry fans who fell in love with him for the jubilance of rousing anthems like The One I Love and Please Forgive Me will not be so taken by his new stuff?
Moreover, a likely unchanged discount rate announcement in the upcoming monetary policy is also likely to keep the jubilance intact.
Specifically, she includes examples that "counter an arguably excessive jubilance in popular feminist texts" and instead assert "negativity, failure, and disgust as central to women's affective states" (32).
He is tearing pages and pages from his typewriter, when suddenly, his office window blows open and like the wind, a muse covertly sneaks into his office and whispers into his ear: "The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier." In great jubilance Mr.
On their official accounts, the Saudi sports clubs also expressed jubilance of the historical day and great hope of the future resembled in the youth of today.