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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrejoicingre‧joic‧ing /rɪˈdʒɔɪsɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] (also rejoicings [plural])  literaryHAPPY a situation in which a lot of people are very happy because they have had good newsrejoicing at/over There was great rejoicing at the victory.
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rejoicingEach service of worship should be an occasion for praise and rejoicing.He provides the feast for rejoicing, as well as the fine clothes for the banquet guests to sit before him.It should have been an occasion for rejoicing.The sentence was carried out with great brutality, and his head was placed on London Bridge amidst general rejoicing.Nehru and the rest had no choice but to join in the general rejoicing.But even if he does, there may be little rejoicing.When I did become pregnant, it was amidst much rejoicing - the heir of Abraham was to be born.The rejoicing was not shared by the weary infantrymen who had just fought their way on to it.rejoicing at/overThe Blazers are singing his praises and rejoicing over the departure of the high-strung Carlesimo.Last night the motor industry was rejoicing at the unexpected cut.
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