Their jubilees were always attended with hymn-singing and dancing.
Bells were rung, and jubilees held, in all the Southern cities.
The Testaments were written about the same date as the Book of Jubilees.
The Jews used this instrument on occasions of joy, such as jubilees and festivals.
They hold their jubilees in weeds rather; and the untimeliness of genius is the tragedy of life as of letters.
The solid splendour of the decade between Victoria's two jubilees can hardly be paralleled in the annals of England.
Not such remission as the Pope grants in his jubilees, wherein he deceives the world.
The musical critics of the German press praise the Jubilees with great enthusiasm—acquired technique etc, included.
Punch has always been strong on Jubilees, and his "boys" have done their best to maintain them as a sacred tradition.
Spain was filled with excitement at the event; her cities rang with jubilees by day and flared with torches at night.