Definition of Jubiles
1. jubile [n] - See also: jubile
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jubiles
Literary usage of Jubiles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Index of Dates: Comprehending the Principal Facts in the Chronology and by J. Willoughby Rosse, John Blair (1858)
"jubiles in England at the commencement of the 50th year of the reign of George III., Oct. 25,1809, in the Parks, to celebrate the victorious close of the ..."
2. Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"... 8vo, 1848, vol. ip 333). at the jubilee holden by Benedict XIV. (see tome ip 15 of Chain, Lettres eur Its jubiles, La Haye, 1751.) WILLIAM III. 1. ..."
3. The Educational-jubilee, a Chronicle and a Forecast by John William Hancher, Educational-jubilee Commission, Clarence Edwin Flynn, Methodist Episcopal Church (1918)
"Ve are sending you another copy of the jubiles Questionnaire, that you may be able ... Juet tell the jubiles story. Don't be afraid to let the people give. ..."
4. Don John of Austria: Or Passages from the History of the Sixteenth Century by Sir William Stirling Maxwell, George William Cox (1883)
"Being made secretary to Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza, Archbishop of Granada, he took orders, and obtained from that Prelate the vicarage of jubiles in the ..."