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celebratory

[ sel-uh-bruh-tawr-ee ]
/ ˈsɛl ə brəˌtɔr i /
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adjective
relating to or being the commemoration of an event with ceremonies or festivities:The month of December features several celebratory occasions for our family—both our parents’ birthdays, their wedding anniversary, and Christmas.
expressing praise:His new single, recorded last month, is a celebratory ode to family and life on the land.
of or relating to a party, drinking spree, or uninhibited good time:The New Year was underway at the ski resort even before the celebratory hangovers from last night's party had faded away.
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Origin of celebratory

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