/ (fɪˌlɪsɪˈteɪʃənz) /

pl n, sentence substitute
  1. a less common word for congratulation

Words Nearby felicitations

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How to use felicitations in a sentence

  • These are the most lugubrious nuptial felicitations that ever were offered to a bridegroom, I should fancy!

    A Charming Fellow, Volume II (of 3) | Frances Eleanor Trollope
  • Now I had more leisure while those ranking and senior to Courtney made their felicitations upon the royal birthday.

  • Bo came next with her warm and loving felicitations, and the cowboy, with characteristic action, also made at Helen.

  • Presently they came, bowing, and offering many felicitations, which to himself Morella vowed he would remember against them.

    Fair Margaret | H. Rider Haggard
  • A few rare friends of Oldofredi held aloof, satisfying themselves with offering Sangiorgio no felicitations.

    The conquest of Rome | Matilde Serao