Those of you who tuned in to the festivity in Sochi likely still have a few questions that remained unanswered.
Richard would drive anywhere, and to any festivity, where driving was possible.
It is a season of rejoicing and festivity all over the country.
Here, on days of reception and festivity, the whole splendour of the Persian empire was displayed.
Again the old house in the market-place was the scene of festivity.
The witnesses were few—only the vassals of the count; and no attempt at festivity preceded or followed the dismal ceremony.
The preparations for festivity are ever interesting to young folk.
Some account of this festivity may not be uninteresting to my readers.
It was, perhaps, the most enjoyed of any Hamilton festivity.
When Whistler, the hero of the festivity, arrived at this hospitable abode, he was a long time in the ante-room.
late 14c., from Old French festivité, from Latin festivitatem (nominative festivitas) "good fellowship, generosity," from festivus "festive," from festum "festival or holiday," neuter of festus "of a feast" (see feast). Related: Festivities.