- to show or feel great joy; rejoice; exult.
- to celebrate a jubilee or joyful occasion.
Origin of jubilate
Examples from the Web for jubilated
Historical Examples of jubilated
“It was the third time and out for them, all right,” jubilated Teddy.The Rushton Boys at Rally Hall
“I was perfectly sure that Ross was telling us the truth,” jubilated Teddy.The Rushton Boys at Treasure Cove
It happened to be another decision rendered in a letter, and they jubilated together over the sentiment conveyed therein.Good Indian
B. M. Bower
Sotomayor was jubilated with half his salary of nine thousand ducats, which he enjoyed for five years longer.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1
Henry Charles Lea
Certainly, Bear Creek jubilated with a greater degree of noise than did the others.The Sunset Trail
Alfred Henry Lewis
- to have or express great joy; rejoice
- to celebrate a jubilee
Word Origin for jubilate
- RC Church Church of England the 100th psalm used as a canticle in the liturgy
- a musical setting of this psalm
Word Origin for Jubilate
Word Origin and History for jubilated
"make a joyful noise," 1640s, from Latin jubilatus, past participle of jubilare (see jubilant). Related: Jubilated; jubilating.