Word – Jubilant
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Jubilant – Word of the Day
(adj): Feeling joyful because of success or victory.
The word ‘Jubilant’ originated in the mid 17th century from the Latin word, ‘iubilantem” and the verb form is ‘jubilate.’ The term can be described as ‘to shout for joy’ or an exclamation of joy.
1. Adjective examples – Jubilant
- The fans were jubilant over India winning the world cup
- Her family was in a jubilant mood as they started their holiday trip
- When the new baby was born, it was a jubilant moment for the parents
- The students were jubilant when their team won in the competition.
- she was in a jubilant mood as she received an award for her performance.
2. Noun examples – Jubilation
- The scenes of jubilation were witnessed when their favorite leader was elected.
- When the results were announced, the students erupted in jubilation.
- People in the stadium roared in jubilation when the other team lost over one ball.
- When the girls won over boys in the tennis tournament at school, everyone jubilated.
3. Adverb examples – Jubilantly
- When prizes were announced, the team members jubilantly hugged each other.
- She cried jubilantly when she found that she was the rank holder.
- When results were announced, students roared jubilantly.
- They wept jubilantly when they found out about their lost grandson.
- After winning the elections at the college, Rose jubilantly appreciated the efforts of her supporters.