The continuous string of revelries makes the days blur together.
This must mean such things as masques and revelries among the upper classes.
How sing the splendour of the revelries, When buts of wine are drunk off to the lees?
That was why the prophets, from Samuel on so frowned upon Canaanitish revelries.
No—let us not disturb the silent people, now donning their green array for nightly revelries.
The Riche and the Dorée, standing side by side, were both high-priced and noted for their revelries.
The palace stirred like a mighty pot that boils to its utmost verge, for the hour of the revelries was come.
Their own houses they use for receiving the goods stolen by their slaves, and for their revelries.
But it will never again resound with the revelries of kings and queens.
The savage temper was at last aroused, and the Spanish revelries were brought to an end by an attack on the ships.