felicitate[ fi-lis-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF felicitate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELICITATE
It will harmonize and felicitate to whatever extent it is diffused.
I felicitate you heartily, sir, on your success, but beg I may be spared the story of it.
A word to the wise, etc., and let me speedily have occasion to felicitate you in like manner.
They should call on her and felicitate her as soon as they have been informed of the affair.
Having ceased to be your wife, dare I felicitate you on becoming a father?
I felicitate you on the superior and lofty aims which have drawn you together.
I felicitate myself on a mistake which promises to result so happily.
I felicitate you for the efforts made and invite you to continue them.
"Let me felicitate you on your forehandedness," Harleston called from the next room.
My flawed life has that to felicitate upon—that I have not spent it in fat lumps of writing, magazine tales and sex-novels.