But the Tree did not rejoice at
all; he grew and grew, and was green both winter and summer.
At dinner, having placed Balashev beside him, Napoleon not only treated him amiably but behaved as if Balashev were one of his own courtiers, one of those who sympathized with his plans and ought to rejoice at his success.
Napoleon did not notice this expression; he treated Balashev not as an envoy from his enemy, but as a man now fully devoted to him and who must rejoice at his former master's humiliation.
The people must thus rejoice at
the coming of the Messiah.
Democrats, liberals - even reasonable Republicans - will rejoice at
his flip-flopping but the risk for Trump is that he too already appears to be just another of the two-bit establishment politicians he denounced for breaking promises.
And rejoice at this touch THE most heart-lifting aspect of Birmingham life is to stand by the Edgbaston Reservoir shoreline to feed the seagulls that swoop to my hands for the goodies I take them.
And I rejoice at this touch of untamed nature in our city's concrete.
I prefer to rejoice at the brilliance of Ruby Walsh, Tony McCoy, Paul Carberry and Davy Russell.
I refuse to rejoice at the situation in which Messrs Winston, Ferris, Fitzpatrick, and Fletcher currently find themselves.
When the law is changed I will rejoice at
being able to use my human right to remain in a public house with my family and friends for longer than an hour, because my breathing will not be affected as it is at the moment.
Who cares if that new family has not been around as long as you; rejoice at
their energy and ideas.
You have made their gladness greater, you have made their joy increase; they rejoice in your presence as people rejoice at
harvest time [Isaiah 9:1-2].
I salute you and rejoice at
the sight of the gifts bestowed on you by the Almighty, and of the prerogatives with which He has crowned yo u