Tuesday, April 12, 2011



: to perform (a sacrament or solemn ceremony) publicly and with appropriate rites
 : to honor (as a holiday) especially by solemn ceremonies or by refraining from ordinary business b : to mark (as an anniversary) by festivities or other deviation from routine
: to hold up or play up for public notice <her poetry celebrates the glory of nature>
intransitive verb
: to observe a holiday, perform a religious ceremony, or take part in a festival
: to observe a notable occasion with festivities

  1. We are celebrating my birthday by going out to dinner.
  2. The family gathered to celebrate Christmas.
  3. We are celebrating our anniversary next week.
  4. They are celebrating the birth of their third child.
  5. The book celebrates the movies of the past.
  6. Her lecture celebrated the genius of the artist.
  7. He is celebrated for his contributions to modern science.
  8. A priest celebrates Mass at the church daily.


: having life b : active, functioning <living languages>
a : exhibiting the life or motion of nature : natural <the wilderness is a living museum … of natural history — NEA Journal> b : 2live 2a
a : full of life or vigor b : true to life : vivid <televised in living color> c : suited for living <the living area>
: involving living persons
:enountered or used routinely or typically: ordinary <everyday clothes>
1.  Don't let the problems of everyday life get you down.
2.  we're just an everyday family, with a dog and a cat and bills to pay.

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