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Sentence count:63+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: celebratecheerdelightencouragegladdengloryhearteninspireAntonym: grieveSimilar words: voicechoicerejectjoinjointjoin inenjoinicedMeaning: [rɪ'dʒɔɪs]  v. 1. feel happiness or joy 2. to express great joy 3. be ecstatic with joy. 
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1 Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation.
2 I rejoice to hear that you are well again.
3 We rejoice in his good health.
4 We sincerely rejoice over your victories.
5 I rejoice that you have recovered so quickly.
6 Let us rejoice together on this great occasion!
7 I rejoice to see you here.
8 We rejoice at every victory won by your people.
9 We are victorious,[] wherefore let us rejoice.
10 She needed some one to rejoice with her.
11 Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you. Lao Tzu 
12 Meanwhile I rejoice in the survival of those large, landed properties where life goes on more or less as before.
13 Almost every staffroom in the land will rejoice again tomorrow at the final lifting of a deadweight on morale and hope.
14 In a sense, one should rejoice at such good fortune.
15 Upstream guppies rejoice in peace and quiet, while life for their lowland relatives is shorter and nastier.
16 They are supposed to be cheerful and rejoice, when they want to weep with terror and self-pity.
17 There is in the end very little to rejoice over in this chapter.
18 I wanted to suffer terribly and rejoice terribly before I began my climb up the sky.
19 Rejoice in your abilities to transform, with the stun-baton of humor, a weak political standpoint into an Obvious Universal Truth.
20 It must recognise and rejoice that many of its clergy and thousands of its members are Christians first and Anglicans second.
21 None rejoice more in this leaven than the professional scholars themselves.
22 To rejoice over a success or victory; exult.
23 Joyance of victory make all country people rejoice.
24 When the war ended, people finally had cause to rejoice.
25 In particular all local factories and the military were ordered to rejoice.
26 In each case women from neighbouring and related families come to mourn or rejoice with them.
27 Rather, they are simply a time to get the entire school population together and rejoice in who they are.
28 Not that petrol car owners in Britain have much to rejoice about.
29 We all program our gadgets- computers, mobiles; but we don't program our mind in such a way that we can rejoice and be happy. RVM 
30 If by faith we belong to Jesus Christ the Savior, who is from everlasting to everlasting, we will one day rejoice in heaven in unending praise to Him.
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