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Definition of Jubilarian
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Jubilarian
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1. Cloister Songs and Hymns for Children by Mary Francis Cusack (1881)
"TO A jubilarian. BRIGHTER crowns await thee, crowns that cannot fade, Promised by The Eternal One To the spouses of His Son— Crowns with hands not made. ..."
2. History of the Redemptorists at Annapolis, Md., from 1853 to 1903: With a by Redemptorist Father (1904)
"Then the jubilarian stepped forward and renewed the vows, which he had first pronounced .fifty years before. This solemn act over, Father Mueller took a ..."
3. Collections, Illustrating the History of the Catholic Religion in the by George Oliver (1857)
"Oh, that we may be able to address the province with " Felix prole virum ! rediere in pristina vires!" The Form of making a jubilarian. ..."
4. The Franciscans in England, 1600-1850: Being an Authentic Account of the by Thaddeus (1898)
"He died, a jubilarian, in 1772 or 1773. HORNE, THOMAS, lay brother, ... In the latter year he was declared a jubilarian. He died March 15, 1822, ..."
5. The Musical World (1877)
"Innumerable congratulatory messages and valuable presents were forwarded to the jubilarian from far and wide. THE VOICE AND SINGING. ..."
6. The Three Sisters of Lord Russell of Killowen and Their Convent Life by Matthew Russell (1912)
"Did you ever believe you could reach the venerable age in religion of a real silver jubilarian, especially as the noted days of October just passed ..."