Definition for rejoicing (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), re·joiced, re·joic·ing.
verb (used with object), re·joiced, re·joic·ing.
Origin of rejoice
Examples from the Web for rejoicing
No one was in a bad mood, for the day of rejoicing had come.
While many are rejoicing as equity-indexes top new highs, the real economy may be more fragile than markets show.Rising interest rates spur drop in mortgage financing activity|Edward Ferguson|July 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The holiday is all about rejoicing with family, and is similar to Thanksgiving in vibe.
And, just for that glimpse of a minute, the frazzled Strong is rejoicing.
The only rejoicing to be found was in expat hangouts, where dollars, recently worth 70 krona, were suddenly worth 150.
Nor were the humble resignation and patient faith of his wife less a cause of rejoicing to her.The Orphans of Glen Elder|Margaret Murray Robertson
But, his rejoicing over its appearance notwithstanding, he did not do much justice to the dinner when it arrived.The People Of The Mist|H. Rider Haggard
Pippin neither saw nor heard them; his voice poured out in waves of song, longing, rejoicing, triumphant.Pippin; A Wandering Flame|Laura E. Richards
Flames stooped in their stride, and licked up their prey, and went on rejoicing.Gold|Stewart White
I advised her to the best of my ability, and sent her away hopeful, if not rejoicing.The Underground Railroad|William Still