The work of the design team at Aquilano Rimondi was jubilant, emotional, and beautiful.
John Avlon talks to jubilant Sudanese voters on the ground at a moment of unaccustomed celebration.
jubilant crowds filled the Capitol rotunda and thunderous applause greeted us everywhere as we emerged from the vote.
Barbie Latza Nadeau on the jubilant news for the Knox family—and the judge's shocking curve ball.
It was a jubilant atmosphere and I really wanted to be part of it.
He felt alive, jubilant, keenly in sympathy with the lure and zest of the expedition.
Mayo obeyed the thrust of the jubilant master's arm and went along.
Every one was jubilant, even Pecson having laid aside his pessimism when he saw the smiling Pepay display a note.
jubilant over a prompt success, their joy was savage and infernal.
He had just been advanced to a first lieutenancy, and the family were jubilant in consequence.
1660s, from Latin jubilantem (nominative jubilans), present participle of jubilare "to call to someone," in Christian writers, "to shout for joy," related to jubilum "wild shout." First attested in Milton. Related: Jubilantly.