The Daily Beast spoke to a jubilant League on Tuesday about the behind-the-scenes battle to get The Interview to movie theaters.
All around her is a jubilant crescendo: conch shells blowing, drums beating, a celebratory vapor of green powder everywhere.
The young women were jubilant that day in March when the size of the grant was announced as $50,000.
Patterson made the boiler plate "Palin comparison" pun and got a few generous laughs from the jubilant crowd.
It was a jubilant atmosphere and I really wanted to be part of it.
He felt alive, jubilant, keenly in sympathy with the lure and zest of the expedition.
At last his jubilant spirit was conquered; he realized that something was amiss.
Every one was jubilant, even Pecson having laid aside his pessimism when he saw the smiling Pepay display a note.
But they found the girl sitting tense and jubilant at the controls.
He had just been advanced to a first lieutenancy, and the family were jubilant in consequence.
1660s, from Latin jubilantem (nominative jubilans), present participle of jubilare "to call to someone," in Christian writers, "to shout for joy," related to jubilum "wild shout." First attested in Milton. Related: Jubilantly.