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Line breaks: re|joi¦cing
Pronunciation: /rɪˈdʒɔɪsɪŋ

Definition of rejoicing in English:


[mass noun]
Great joy; jubilation: the ban was lifted in 1990 amid general rejoicing
More example sentences
  • He also said cheap flights should be a cause for rejoicing.
  • Warne's unhappy marital situation is no cause for rejoicing.
  • Yet even then, there will be little rejoicing.



Example sentences
  • Men "despised" the work in its early stage: God rejoicingly regards it, and shall continue to do so.
  • "I shall go there!" she cried, rejoicingly.

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