They celebrated the baby's birthday last Thursday. From LearnThat.org.
Adjective : the celebrated authors of best-selling books. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : to celebrate Christmas; to celebrate the success of a new play. ,The newspaper celebrated the end of the war in red headlines. ,a novel celebrating the joys of marriage; the countryside celebrated in the novels of Hardy. ,to celebrate a marriage. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used without object) : You look like you were up celebrating all night. From Dictionary.com.
Darwin celebrated the nasty side of life -- brutal competition. From Wordnik.com. [Nigel Barber: Why Greed Is Bad for Capitalism] Reference
Equally unforgettable, but less celebrated, is Billy Strayhorn. From Wordnik.com. [Fern Siegel: Stage Door: Driving Miss Daisy, The Music of Billy Strayhorn] Reference
Mediocrity was not only tolerated but celebrated from the CEO on down. From Wordnik.com. [Flickr Hit Hard by Yahoo Layoffs] Reference
Escalante celebrated "ganas," a Spanish word that he said meant the urge to succeed. From Wordnik.com. [Unlike many, Escalante believed in teaching, not sorting] Reference
Joe Manchin celebrated with his wife Gayle at a victory party in Charleston, West Virginia. From Wordnik.com. [Election Day] Reference
This year we again celebrated with neighbors (5 houses altogether), and some family friends. From Wordnik.com. [The Fourth] Reference
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin celebrated the 17th of June by giving a picnic to their literary friends. From Wordnik.com. [The Story of My Life] Reference
So I called the celebrated New Orleans restaurant, Herbsaint, and our conversation went as follows. From Wordnik.com. [Passionate Eater] Reference
Less celebrated is the fact that untold numbers of shows just wink out just as suddenly as they started. From Wordnik.com. [Podfading] Reference
Revolution was Patrick Carr, whose hatred of the Tories made his name celebrated among the Liberty Boys of Georgia. From Wordnik.com. [Stories Of Georgia] Reference
Simon was the younger of the two sons of the Count de Montfort, a name celebrated in the annals of religious warfare. From Wordnik.com. [The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 06 (From Barbarossa to Dante)] Reference
Perhaps one reason this strength isn't widely celebrated is that there is still good reason to suspect it might not last. From Wordnik.com. [Consumers Spend, and Market Shrugs] Reference
(AP) - Alex Ovechkin celebrated his 50th goal of the season with some showboating antics that were anything but spontaneous. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com] Reference
Kokin celebrated her 99th birthday this week because of the old practice of counting ages as starting from 1 at birth. via Arbroath. From Wordnik.com. [Japan’s Oldest Geisha Marks Her 99th Birthday | Impact Lab] Reference
But Göinge forest never again celebrated the hour of our Saviour's birth; and of all its glory, there lives to-day only the plant which. From Wordnik.com. [The Girl from the Marsh Croft] Reference
On her first full day as First Lady, Mrs. O again brought a name celebrated within fashion's inner circles to the forefront - Tracy Feith. From Wordnik.com. [BlogHer] Reference
No, it's not going to be celebrated, which is a bit of a shame. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2002] Reference
Among others I well recall the celebrated jurist, Ogden Hoffman. From Wordnik.com. [As I Remember Recollections of American Society during the Nineteenth Century] Reference
What was known as the celebrated Mentor Conference then took place. From Wordnik.com. [The Facts of Reconstruction] Reference
We now arrive at what we have heard called the celebrated third chapter. From Wordnik.com. [Famous Reviews] Reference
Although not as well known as his celebrated namesake Haruki, the author of. From Wordnik.com. [MyAppleMenu] Reference
"After the first goal he celebrated, which is a step forward," Mancini joked after. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion] Reference
You name a celebrated course anywhere in the world, and Tart probably has played it. From Wordnik.com. [Pebble Beach: Golf heaven] Reference
Marx and Engels called the celebrated document in which they gave to socialism its first. From Wordnik.com. [The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery] Reference
In 1836, Chopin met Madame Dudevant, better known as the celebrated novelist Georges Sand. From Wordnik.com. [A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)] Reference
"There was something in his voice which reminded me of ..." she recalled a celebrated actor. From Wordnik.com. [There was a King in Egypt] Reference
"Very well; it was the man with the violet wig, otherwise known as the celebrated Doctor Meiser, who saved your life.". From Wordnik.com. [The Man With The Broken Ear] Reference
"Sometimes you misunderestimated me," he joked to the press, recalling a celebrated 'Bushism' from his first years in office. From Wordnik.com. [ITN Headlines] Reference
He also joked to the press saying: "Sometimes you misunderestimated me" - recalling a celebrated 'Bushism' from his first years in office. From Wordnik.com. [ITN Headlines] Reference
Little of his personal history is known; but what made his name celebrated was the endowments that he left by his will at his death, in 1820. From Wordnik.com. [A Book of Golden Deeds] Reference
It's been a huge week, so I'm kind of celebrated out. From Wordnik.com. ['Aarti Party' Spices Up Food Network's Lineup] Reference
But we have had some -- and still have some -- "celebrated" women, of whom we have said "we may be justly proud". From Wordnik.com. [International Weekly Miscellany - Volume 1, No. 7, August 12, 1850] Reference
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