jubilee[ joo-buh-lee, joo-buh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jubilee
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUBILEE
The narrative was broken off short by a cry of jubilee in the court.
Beowulf's "jubilee" is fitly solemnized by his third and last dragon-fight.
Thus it is that we now celebrate the grand nine days of the jubilee.
It was a brilliant entertainment in celebration of the Jubilee.
In the summer of 1763 I came down the river on the old first Jubilee.
"We are going to have a jubilee this afternoon over the victories," she added.
The size of the stamp is about the same as the Jubilee issue.
In fact, I had a little talk with him at the Jubilee Banquet.
The fiddling, dancing and "jubilee beating," was going on in all directions.
All the livelong night there is jubilee among the Indians above and below.