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used in Leaves of Grass

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full of happiness and joy — typically because of some triumph or success
  • BOOK XI A Song of Joys O to make the most jubilant song!
    Book 11 — A Song of Joys (0% in)
  • Poet: I hear and see not strips of cloth alone, I hear the tramp of armies, I hear the challenging sentry, I hear the jubilant shouts of millions of men, I hear Liberty!
    Book 21 — DRUM-TAPS (17% in)
  • An Ended Day The soothing sanity and blitheness of completion, The pomp and hurried contest-glare and rush are done; Now triumph! transformation! jubilate!
    Book 34 — SANDS AT SEVENTY (68% in)

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