rejoice in

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Well might his sister, believing as she really did that his opinion of Fanny Price was scarcely beyond her merits, rejoice in her prospects.
Could you expect me to rejoice in the inferiority of your connections?
Let all the stars rejoice in that this tyranny is trodden down, in that I am the king.
In an interview for Radio Pembrokeshire, broadcast this morning, the Archbishop said: "While we rejoice in the fact that we are a nation and have a language, we must also remember that we belong to a common humanity.
Speaking at the debate, he had said: "I expect this vote will go through and I rejoice in it.
I rejoice in the freedoms that the enlightened have secured for us, in the graft and enterprise that our working classes have shown, in our independence of mind.
There are some people who did not feel happy for the said success, and some incidents have taken place in Iraq nowadays, that should have been postponed for a month or two, but they took place these days to undermine Iraq's rejoice in this day, because any victory has its fateful elements and any victory has its rejoiced people," he said.
We are told our interventions in the Middle East are about spreading democracy and justice - yet we rejoice in the unlawful executions of Bin Laden and Gaddafi.
THIS is the day which the Lord hath made, we will be glad and rejoice in it.