jubilant[ joo-buh-luh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF jubilant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUBILANT
Gavard now showed the most jubilant bearing at Monsieur Lebigre's.
The captain was so excited and jubilant that he was incoherent.
At last his jubilant spirit was conquered; he realized that something was amiss.
But they found the girl sitting tense and jubilant at the controls.
But his was the only jubilant note that was sounded, his the only voice that was raised.
Jimmy rushed to the desk and returned in a few minutes, with a jubilant face.
"You will see how she has grown," exclaimed Almayer, in a jubilant tone.
The two numbers close the part in a brilliant and jubilant manner.
Then, in jubilant waves, the blood beat back into her arteries.
Father Letheby, after his unusually heavy confessional, was jubilant.