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jubilant
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  • He was atop a pole and suddenly, for no clear cause, his eyes opened and he saw; as though he had just awakened he saw that the prairie was vast, that the sun was kindly on rough pasture and ripening wheat, on the old horses, the easy, broad-beamed, friendly horses, and on his red-faced jocose companions; he saw that the meadow larks were jubilant, and blackbirds shining by little pools, and with the living sun all life was living.
  • By this time it was six o’clock of a fine wide August morning, and as he ceased his swift work, as taut nerves slackened, he looked out of his lofty window and was conscious of the world below: bright roofs, jubilant towers, and a high-decked Sound steamer swaggering up the glossy river.

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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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