Sentence for rejoiced | Use rejoiced in a sentence

Sentences using the word rejoiced. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use rejoiced in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for rejoiced.

  • Mrs. Pagnell rejoiced. (10)
  • That ruffian would be only too rejoiced! (8)
  • He savagely rejoiced in it. (8)
  • I rejoiced when we heard the roar. (10)
  • It rejoiced her that she had come on foot. (10)
  • Everard rejoiced in his country temperately. (10)
  • His boyish frankness rejoiced Sullivan Smith. (10)
  • She ate and she drank; she rejoiced and made merry. (10)
  • In England rank, fashion, and culture rejoiced in him. (9)
  • Marianne was rejoiced to find her sister so easily pleased. (4)
  • For him, he decided that he would have rejoiced at the news. (10)
  • Anne had very sincerely rejoiced in there being no means of her going. (4)
  • She rejoiced to be working for the woman she had fallen in love with. (10)
  • Braintop entreated Emilia to go in, and then rejoiced that she had refused. (10)
  • Mrs. Chump rejoiced to behold how her chance spark kindled flame in his cheeks. (10)
  • It must have been so, since his townsmen rejoiced to hail him as head of their town. (10)
  • A true husband, a lord of wealth, would have rejoiced to help the brother of his wife. (10)
  • Spirit shall deem them beckoning Earth and voiced Sisterly to her, in her beams rejoiced. (10)
  • He contrasted her with Constantia in the amorous time, and rejoiced in his disappointment. (10)
  • The spring crocus lifted its head in moist midgrasses of the meadow, rejoiced with freshness. (10)
  • She felt it to be the probable consequence of her allusions to Mr. Wickham, and rejoiced in it. (4)
  • Wolfe had only 9000 men against the 18,000 French Canadians, but he rejoiced in his Englishmen. (19)
  • How rejoiced was Elizabeth that their own journey had not by any circumstance been delayed a day! (4)
  • We had supper at six, and after that I rejoiced in literature, till I went to bed at ten or eleven. (9)
  • Her friend rejoiced, and afterward looking back at her satisfaction, saw the dire beginning of them. (10)
  • This was his prelude to an account of Mr. Sullivan Smith, whom, as a specimen, he rejoiced to have met. (10)
  • Weyburn rejoiced to find himself transcribing crisp sentences, hard on the matter, without garnish of scorn. (10)
  • At the place where the ferry is, she was rejoiced by hearing positive news of the proximity of the Royal army. (10)
  • She rejoiced at my perfect recovery, though it robbed her of the plea in extenuation of this step she had taken. (10)
  • He had eased his conscience to every question right out, and he rejoiced to me at the immense relief it gave him. (10)
  • You can imagine how rejoiced were the band of martial pioneers there to see their leader once more alive and well. (19)
  • The Marches paid the charming prospects a willing duty, and rejoiced in it as generously as if it had been their own. (9)
  • Dr. Middleton asked if the youth was excluded from the library, and rejoiced to hear that it was a sealed door to him. (10)
  • Even as they rejoiced and made merry, the despised settlers had returned, and affairs at Red River were shaping for a tragedy. (19)
  • George and his lovely wife rejoiced with the other jubilant people, but they were happiest when they were alone with his mother. (5)
  • Instead of viewing them as a stranger, I might have rejoiced in them as my own, and welcomed to them as visitors my uncle and aunt. (4)
  • He rejoiced to tell his previous anticipations that he had not been disappointed; and he bade hero-worshippers expect no gilded figure. (10)
  • The hero marched like an automaton at her bidding; Lieutenant Thompson was rejoiced to perform services as errand-boy in the enterprise. (10)
  • He rejoiced with her in this prospect, and he reciprocated the wish which she said Mr. Vostrand had always had for a meeting with himself. (9)
  • When she entered the room to Dacier and they touched hands, she rejoiced in her coolness, without any other feeling or perception active. (10)
  • Having said it, his escape from high tragics in the comfortable worldly tone rejoiced him; to some extent also the courteous audience she gave him. (10)
  • He kept an anxious look-out for the moon, and was presently rejoiced to behold a broad fire that twinkled branchy beams through an east-hill orchard. (10)
  • When Emilia understood him, she cited dogs and cats, and birds, and all things of nature that rejoiced and revelled, in support of the opposite view. (10)

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