jubilance jubilance

Definition(s):

  • (n) a feeling of extreme joy

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  1. But it also has enough buoyant '70s music to shake anybody's tail feather, and a kind of easy jubilance of narrative and character.
  2. Whether it be unhappiness or jubilance, it will not be allowed.
  3. With good reason for jubilance, the union leadership enthusiastically endorsed the settlement.

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  1. A notably subdued Earnhardt said, "There was so much relief and pure satisfaction. I didn't have the jubilance and the explosive excitement that you have when you win because I was just happy for everybody else."
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Dale Earnhardt Jr Source: Orlando Sentinel

  2. "Tonight I didn't have the typical reaction I usually do after a victory," Earnhardt said. "There was so much relief and satisfaction. I didn't have the jubilance and explosive excitement that I usually have. I was just happy for everyone...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Teresa Earnhardt Source: FOXSports.com

  3. "I recorded Vietnamese women at different angles. We can see jubilance and strength from small girls to old women, who live in the countryside or cities," said Hitomi Toyama at the opening ceremony.
    on Apr 9, 2008 By: Hitomi Source: World Records Academy

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