jubilation[ joo-buh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF jubilation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUBILATION
The jubilation among his officers had been such that he could not continue as he had begun.
Opening them, the boys could hardly suppress their jubilation.
General Thario's jubilation contrasted with the common gloom.
Pateley was altogether in a high state of jubilation in those days.
The news was received at the Austrian capital with jubilation.
She spent her days in one quiver of excitement and jubilation.
There was no jubilation in his tone, but paradoxically a note of defeat.
The part that referred to Raby left him less room for jubilation.
There is jubilation all over the town as the Germans have taken Belfort.
When he had gone, the friends embraced in a gust of jubilation.