Synonyms for jubilation
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : joo-buh-ley-shuh n|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌdʒu bəˈleɪ ʃən|
Définition of jubilationOrigin :
- late 14c., from Old French jubilacion "jubilation, rejoicing," and directly from Latin jubilationem (nominative jubilatio), noun of action from past participle stem of jubilare (see jubilant).
- noun celebration
- The jubilation among his officers had been such that he could not continue as he had begun.
- Extract from : « Captain Blood » by Rafael Sabatini
- Opening them, the boys could hardly suppress their jubilation.
- Extract from : « The Brighton Boys in the Radio Service » by James R. Driscoll
- General Thario's jubilation contrasted with the common gloom.
- Extract from : « Greener Than You Think » by Ward Moore
- Pateley was altogether in a high state of jubilation in those days.
- Extract from : « The Arbiter » by Lady F. E. E. Bell
- The news was received at the Austrian capital with jubilation.
- Extract from : « The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte » by William Milligan Sloane
- She spent her days in one quiver of excitement and jubilation.
- Extract from : « The Octopus » by Frank Norris
- There was no jubilation in his tone, but paradoxically a note of defeat.
- Extract from : « The Fifth Ace » by Douglas Grant
- The part that referred to Raby left him less room for jubilation.
- Extract from : « A Dog with a Bad Name » by Talbot Baines Reed
- There is jubilation all over the town as the Germans have taken Belfort.
- Extract from : « A War-time Journal, Germany 1914 and German Travel Notes » by Harriet Julia Jephson
- When he had gone, the friends embraced in a gust of jubilation.
- Extract from : « The Master of the Shell » by Talbot Baines Reed
Antonyms for jubilation
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