Celebrate Synonyms and Antonyms

sĕl'ə-brāt'

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Synonyms for Celebrate

Known and praised widely; noted.
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The definition of commemorate means to have a ceremony or build a monument to honor a person or an event.
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To give praise to.
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To feel joyful about (something):
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(Obsolete) To draw back; to retract.
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To praise; to make high.
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Boisterous drunken merrymaking or revelry.
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(Ancient Rome) A victory ceremony of less importance than a triumph.
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The definition of a party is a gathering of people to have a good time or celebrate an occasion, or a group who do things together or a group of people who share the same political ideals.
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Cheer means to comfort, encourage or bring joy.
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To greet; give salutation to; salute.
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To make holy; to consecrate. Set aside for sacred or ceremonial use.
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To rejoice or celebrate with boisterous public demonstrations.
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To raise:
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To perform (a marriage, for example) with formal ceremony.
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To compose, deliver, or indulge in panegyrics.
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To indulge in celebration
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Something that honors or preserves the memory of another.
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The definition of jubilation is a feeling of great happiness, triumph or joy.
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A distribution or exchange of gifts during such a festival, often involving the squandering of the host's belongings
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To express approval of (someone or something) especially by such clapping.
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The definition of bless means to protect, make holy, to favor or to make lucky or happy.
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The public disclosure of a person's secret or largely unknown activity or interest, especially when thought to be embarrassing or compromising.
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The performance of a ceremony (in an appropriate and solemn manner), such as performing a marriage.
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To emblazon is defined as to decorate, or to make an obvious inscription or display.
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To pay honor to.
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To adhere to, follow, keep, or abide by (a law, custom, duty, rule, etc.)
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To present a memorial to; petition.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, sometimes followed by with or on) To shout, make a loud sound, or perform a sudden, vehement action; to behave in a raucous, frenzied manner.
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That which is done to celebrate
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The joy and merriment of a festival or celebration.
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The definition of junket is an enjoyable trip or tour by a business person or public official that is paid for by their employer or from public funds.
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A social gathering involving unrestrained indulgence, especially sexual activity and drinking.
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A period or occasion of general license, in which the passions or vices have riotous indulgence; a period of unrestrained revelry.
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A celebration with much drinking, esp. at Christmastime; carousal
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(Intransitive) To engage in noisy, drunken, or riotous behavior.
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To praise, celebrate or pay homage to (someone), especially in an eloquent formal eulogy.
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To exalt and honor (God), as in worship
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To give praise to; glorify.
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To have the power of increasing the apparent size of an object, as a microscope or telescope does
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To treat as a celebrity
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Alternative spelling of lionize.
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The definition of a jubilee is a special anniversary or celebration.
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To make venerable; hallow:
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To respect or honor greatly; revere.
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To set apart seriously for a special purpose; devote to some work, duty, etc.
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Mark is defined as to put an indication or symbol on something in order to identify it.
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Honor is defined as to respect, worship or accept someone or something.
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To make a ceremony of or put in the form of a ceremony:
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To make remarkable or conspicuous:
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Carouse is defined as drinking a lot or having a noisy and fun time while drinking alcohol.
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To gratify or delight as with a feast
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To indulge in celebration
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To show elation or triumph; to rejoice.
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To indulge in celebration
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To indulge in celebration
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(Idiomatic) To enjoy oneself, to have fun.
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(Slang) To engage in sexual intercourse.
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(Idiomatic) To rant or shout in order to relieve stress; to vent.
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Alternative form of blow off steam.
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(Idiomatic) To enjoy thoroughly; to have lots of fun or excitement.
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Used other than as an idiom: see kick,‎ up,‎ one's,‎ heels.
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To act freely.
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(Idiomatic) To have a great time; to party or revel excessively or noisily.
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(Idiomatic) To party or celebrate in a rowdy, wild manner, especially in a public place.
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To indulge in celebration
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To indulge in celebration
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Commemorative.
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The Bacchanalia
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Exultation is defined as rejoicing or giving praise.
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To raise in rank, status etc., to elevate.
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To indicate conspicuously; make plain:
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To recognize an occasion
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To recognize an occasion
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Noisy party or festivities.
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Boisterous merrymaking.
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Antonyms for Celebrate

(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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To treat without due respect; slight
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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To pass over indulgently; excuse
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To fail to do or carry out, as through carelessness or oversight:
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Words Related to Celebrate

To keep (someone) in mind as worthy of consideration or recognition.
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To show joyful satisfaction in an event, especially by merrymaking
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The definition of admire means to regard someone or something with amazement, delight and approval.
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Synonym Study

  • Observe and keep mean to respectfully mark a day or occasion in the prescribed and appropriate manner to observe, or keep, a religious holiday
  • To solemnize is to use a formal, serious ritual to observe an occasionto solemnize a marriage
  • To commemorate is to honor the memory of some person or event, as with a ceremony or memorialto commemorate Lincoln's birthday
  • Celebrate means to mark an occasion or event, esp. a joyous one, with ceremonies or festivities let's celebrate your promotion
Find another word for celebrate. In this page you can discover 95 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for celebrate, like: celebrated, commemorate, praise, rejoice, revel, extol, remember, carousal, ovation, party and cheer.