verb (used without object), ju·bi·lat·ed, ju·bi·lat·ing.
- jubilee year
Origin of jubilate
Examples from the Web for jubilated
"Yes, indeed; plenty of work here," he jubilated—and Terry's heart beat expectantly.The Pike's Peak Rush|Edwin L. Sabin
It happened to be another decision rendered in a letter, and they jubilated together over the sentiment conveyed therein.Good Indian|B. M. Bower
“It was the third time and out for them, all right,” jubilated Teddy.The Rushton Boys at Rally Hall|Spencer Davenport
Luckily Bann and I had not got to the work of striking the tent, and so we jubilated while some others cussed.At Plattsburg|Allen French
“I was perfectly sure that Ross was telling us the truth,” jubilated Teddy.The Rushton Boys at Treasure Cove|Spencer Davenport
Word Origin for jubilate
Word Origin for Jubilate
"make a joyful noise," 1640s, from Latin jubilatus, past participle of jubilare (see jubilant). Related: Jubilated; jubilating.