Conjubilant Con*ju"bi*lant, a. Shouting together for joy; rejoicing together. [R.] --Neale. [1913 Webster]

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  • conjubilant — kən, (ˈ)kän+ adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin conjubilant , conjubilans, present participle of conjubilare, from Latin com + jubilare to shout for joy more at jubilate : shouting together with joy …   Useful english dictionary

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