jubilant


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He remembered how he had exulted, how jubilant, even intoxicated, he had felt when he had received the ten dollars for the first load of wheat he had hauled to Fort Scott.
Then we felt quite jubilant, for we knew what a wonderful instinct these wild-bred men possess.
He lost two of his small nibs quickly, and Singer was jubilant, but the third time by some chance the Jumbo slipped round and Philip was able to push his J across it.
The robins were singing vespers in the high treetops, filling the golden air with their jubilant voices.
The plot was ripe for execution, and one of the conspirators was merry and jubilant, while the other was very nervous and troubled.
He was jubilant, and did not wait for me to finish tying my puppy's legs, but started on.
The backers of Cherokee waxed jubilant and offered ridiculous odds.
Go to bed, Maudie, and look under your pillow when you get there," was the oracular reply that came down to them, as Tom's door closed after a jubilant solo on the tin pan.
Anne heard it and thrilled to it; Gilbert heard it, and wondered only that all the birds in the world had not burst into jubilant song; Paul heard it and later wrote a lyric about it which was one of the most admired in his first volume of verse; Charlotta the Fourth heard it and was blissfully sure it meant good luck for her adored Miss Shirley.
As the last momentous words of the angel died away a jubilant 'Te Deum' burst from, organ and choir, and every member of the congregation exulted, often with sobs, in the great triumph which brought salvation to every Christian soul.
It is the soliloquy of a beholding and jubilant soul.
He was the only man who was not out of his bunk, and he was jubilant in that he possessed no bruises to advertise that he had had a hand in the night's work.