verb (used with object), cel·e·brat·ed, cel·e·brat·ing.
verb (used without object), cel·e·brat·ed, cel·e·brat·ing.
Origin of celebrate
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Rashad was there to celebrate the release of the Civil Rights drama Selma.Phylicia Rashad and the Cult of Cosby Truthers |Stereo Williams |January 8, 2015 |DAILY BEAST
That would truly be a milestone to celebrate—until you see what that record “diversity” actually means.The Unbearable Whiteness of Congress |Dean Obeidallah |January 8, 2015 |DAILY BEAST
He was told he could go back home to his house arrest to celebrate the New Year with his wife and their two children.Russia’s Rebel In Chief Escapes House Arrest |Anna Nemtsova |December 30, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
To celebrate the year, here are the top 10 anti-science salvos of 2014.2014: Revenge of the Creationists |Karl W. Giberson |December 27, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Divided and drained by war, Syrian Christians are determined to celebrate for the first time in four years.In One Corner of Syria, Christmas Spirit Somehow Manages to Survive |Peter Schwartzstein |December 25, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Men of wit and learning employ themselves to celebrate his talents, and to express their approbation of his writings.
Whatever is good for a harvest home celebration may be used to celebrate Thanksgiving.Special Days and their Observance |Anonymous
Let Mr. Morse immediately take the house and issue invitations for a great ball to celebrate Miss Juanita's engagement.The City in the Clouds |C. Ranger Gull
Perhaps Hephaistion drank out of it, or Nearchus, to celebrate his return from India.The Best Short Stories of 1917 |Various
Then they celebrate their victory by some sort of jollification that lasts half the night.Certain Success |Norval A. Hawkins