haughty, ecstasy, triumphal, disdainful, prideful, all-nighter, enjoyment, joyful, glorying, block party, proud, bachelorette party, jubilancy, merriment, blowout, B and S, supercilious, jubilant, jubilance, contentment, triumphant, exultant, cheer, gratification, gleeful, triumph, rapture, crowing, afterparty, delight, elated, baby shower, blessedness, victorious, bash, satisfaction, lordly, banquet, mirth, revel, overbearing, pleasure, swaggering, bliss, happiness, gaiety, felicity, laughter, gladness, merrymaking, crank, comfort, imperious, bachelor party, cock-a-hoop, sniffy
celebrating (part of speech: verb)
cheering, commemorating, observing, frolicking, feting, hailing, carousing, honoring, inaugurating, proclaiming, venerating, jubilating, exulting, praising, lauding, glorifying, solemnizing, enjoying, making merry, partying, reveling, saluting, trumpeting, memorializing, acclaiming, hallowing, celebrating
celebration (part of speech: noun)
festivity, celebration, ceremony, acclamation, commemoration, honor, exultation, merry-making, elation, feast, memorialization, glorification, jubilation, inauguration, observance, commencement, salute, jubilee, ritual, ovation, holiday, revelry, joy, remembrance, convocation, proclamation, glee, carousal, spree, praise
- For a little time they sat together, rejoicing in their new- found happiness. - "The Scottish Fairy Book", Elizabeth W. Grierson.
- It was not in the Metropolis alone, that the rejoicing was universal. - "Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888", Edward VII.
- These, together, enter her northern gate rejoicing. - "The Sword of Welleran and Other Stories", Lord Dunsany.