The meadow lark, tilting upon the topmost tip of the highest pine, sings to the sky a jubilate in three pure syllables.
But, jubilate, I have got my garden all hoed the first time!
I waited until the jubilate was ended and then went in to bid good-bye to my friends.
But Dick threw his cap high up in the air, and shouted "jubilate!"
So you do not wonder, I fancy, that Charlie's letter should be such a jubilate.
In 1552 the jubilate was inserted without any restriction as to how often it should take the place of the Benedictus.