celebrate[ sel-uh-breyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF celebrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CELEBRATE
On the 24th of May we determined to celebrate the Queen's birthday.
The American people have summoned the change we celebrate today.
Eight years from now America will celebrate its 200th anniversary as a nation.
In the orderly transfer of power, we celebrate the unity that keeps us free.
When the game was over, he bought drinks to celebrate his victory.
He took a couple of drinks to celebrate his approaching immunity from debt.
Now, Andrew, you will see what is coming for you, to celebrate your recovery.
They wish to celebrate the patriarch's birthday by a festival.
Can you get off for the day, do you think, and we'll go out and celebrate it?
Now I must be permitted to celebrate by a little the pluck of Dick.