Definition of 'jubilant'
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There were no cheering and jubilant fans waiting for them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This was in stark contrast to the jubilant scenes that greeted her return from exile when hundreds of thousands lined the streets. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Yesterday only the jubilant Labour victors were in evidence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)UFO fans were jubilant but others were far from convinced. The Sun (2006)In contrast were the jubilant celebrations by the away section, who know this was one giant step towards safety. Times, Sunday Times (2011)As she cycled alone to the line, she had time to grab a national flag from the jubilant crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was less a protest rally than a jubilant celebration, for they know now that they are on the very cusp of victory. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All the staff are really helpful and I feel jubilant afterwards. The Sun (2012)TWICE as many patients now survive cancer compared to half a century ago, jubilant experts said yesterday. The Sun (2008)In the stands, on the pitch and indeed on the touchline, there were jubilant scenes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Internet forums were flooded with jubilant Galaxy fans hailing Becks. The Sun (2009)In Soweto the mood was less uncertain, the crowds truly jubilant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The contrast with the jubilant scenes that the Northern Ireland players were sharing with their fans was absolute. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I didn't feel particularly jubilant. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)Soon, he says, the guards seemed to become resigned to what was happening as jubilant crowds cheered and waved flags. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'jubilant'
British English: jubilant ADJECTIVE
If you are jubilant, you feel extremely happy because of a success.
The team were greeted by thousands of jubilant supporters.
Definition of jubilant from the Collins English Dictionary
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