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jubilant
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Don Quixote
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  • While Sancho fared thus, Don Quixote was watching the entrance, at one end of the arcade, of some twelve peasants, all in holiday and gala dress, mounted on twelve beautiful mares with rich handsome field trappings and a number of little bells attached to their petrals, who, marshalled in regular order, ran not one but several courses over the meadow, with jubilant shouts and cries of "Long live Camacho and Quiteria! he as rich as she is fair; and she the fairest on earth!"

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  • Her jubilant teammates mobbed her and lifted her into the air.
  • He discovered nothing; and she went home jubilant, and dropped all concern about the matter permanently out of her mind.
    Twain, Mark  --  Pudd’n’head Wilson

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