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Chrissy Sebald, a soccer coach and foster parent, was overjoyed last year with the district’s decision to give a free meal to all students.A school district opted out of a free meals program, saying students could ‘become spoiled’|María Paúl|August 27, 2021|Washington Post
HBCU advocates were overjoyed not only at the amount of money but at the vote of confidence in their work.‘Transformational’: MacKenzie Scott’s gifts to HBCUs, other colleges surpass $800 million|Nick Anderson, Lauren Lumpkin|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
I have had the Honour to be known to that Prelate a long time, and was overjoy'd at the opportunity of paying my respects to him.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume I|Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
I was overjoy'd to be of this Party, because I had never yet travell'd this Way.
We were overjoy'd at this Deliverance, which we had Reason to think a happy one.
His overjoy at obtaining liberty, after so long a struggle for it, led to his excesses and his ruin.Among the Pines|James R. Gilmore
Well—I am strangely overjoy'd at his coming—never to be sure was anything so damn'd unlucky!The School For Scandal|Richard Brinsley Sheridan