Celebratory

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Celebratory Meaning and Definition from WordNet (r) 2.0
    celebratory adj : used for celebrating

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  • Celebratory gunfire: Celebratory gunfire is the shooting of a firearm into the air in celebration. It is culturally accepted in the Balkans , the Middle East ...
  • Celebratory lighting: Celebratory lighting (also termed festive lighting) is the use of lighting for decorative, celebratory or recreational purposes in ...

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  • Graham fined for celebratory dunks
    The NFL fined New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham $30,000 for two celebratory dunks after he scored touchdowns in a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans last week. Graham "dunked" the football over the goalpost crossbar twice and received a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty each time. The league banned his trademark celebration during the offs Read more on this news related to 'Celebratory'
  • Celebrations and ululations as Gazans fete truce
    A cacophony of cheers, ululations and celebratory gunfire filled Gaza's streets on Tuesday night, as elated residents welcomed news of a ceasefire ending a bloody 50-day war with Israel. As the truce went into effect, hordes of people surged onto the streets, clapping and chanting songs of victory as a man swathed in a huge green Hamas flag threw handfuls of s Read more on this news related to 'Celebratory'
  • Ernst earns first LPGA win in playoff
    Austin Ernst took a celebratory dousing near the 18th green of Columbia Edgewater Country Club, courtesy of several fellow LPGA members. It is a ritual on the LPGA Tour to toast a champion, a select club Ernst joined Sunday. Ernst won a playoff with I.K. Kim to claim her first LPGA title and earn the $195,000 top prize. Read more on this news related to 'Celebratory'

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