Verb(1) feel happiness or joy(2) to express great joy(3) be ecstatic with joy
(1) Some of the chimes resemble the dolls that usually rejoice infants.(2) I love to rejoice their poor Hearts at this season(3) Every spring there comes a moment when you hear the joyous song of a bird and you rejoice with it that spring has arrived.(4) Your father and mother, and your brother, they will rejoice to hear that you live.(5) This is an occasion for all of us to meet and rejoice .(6) Not everyone was rejoicing at Thompson's appointment, however.(7) We all laugh now, rejoicing at my inability to remain mute.(8) MARRIAGES ARE always occasions for rejoicing .(9) Private carriers for a York parcel delivery company were today rejoicing at the news that they are to be paid at last.(10) His many friends are rejoiced at the happy fruition of his vocation, and will wish him many long years in the sacred ministry to work for the honour and glory of God.(11) Hitler was dead and the world was rejoicing at the end of six years of conflict.(12) Men "despised" the work in its early stage: God rejoicingly regards it, and shall continue to do so.(13) Let the bed that rejoices the heart be prepared!(14) He quickly set her down as soon as she was done rejoicing at his presence.(15) Paul was a great example to us of a sacrificial rejoicer .(16) This meant genuine sympathy when things went wrong and rejoicing at one another's achievements.
(1) to rejoice :: om vrolik te wees
1. be joyful ::
2. take delight in ::
neem vreugde in
4. exuberate ::
5. joy ::
1. displease ::
baie kwaai kyk
Different Formsrejoice, rejoiced, rejoices, rejoicing, rejoicings
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