Definition of jubilate:
So in all ages, we, born thralls of grief, lift streaming eyes, and chant elegies to stony- hearted Mother- Earth, but her starry orbs shine on, undimmed by sympathetic tears; her smiling lips show only sunshine in their changeless dimples, and her myriad fingers sweeping the keys of the Universal Organ, drown our De Profundis in the rhythmic thunders of her Jubilate.- "At the Mercy of Tiberius", August Evans Wilson.
When the folding doors on such solemn occasions were thrown open, and the new abbot appeared on the threshold in full- blown dignity, with ring and mitre and dalmatique and crosier, his hoary standard- bearers and juvenile dispensers of incense preceding him, and the venerable train of monks behind him, his appearance was the signal for the magnificent jubilate to rise from the organ and the music- loft and to be joined by the corresponding bursts of 'Alleluiah' from the whole assembled congregation.- "A Short History of Monks and Monasteries", Alfred Wesley Wishart.
- "The Poetical Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. M.P.", Edward Bulwer Lytton.