View synonyms for conviviality


[ kuhn-viv-ee-al-i-tee ]


  1. a friendly or agreeable quality:

    We owe our enthusiasm to the business people who share their craft and knowledge with such camaraderie, conviviality, and community spirit.

  2. feasting, drinking, and merry company:

    I’m teaching these folks the so-called civilized way of celebrating Christmas, so we'll have two days of conviviality, complete with wine and plum brandy.

  3. a festive quality:

    There will be live music, arts and crafts, storytelling, and a general air of conviviality that will charm the hardest of souls.

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  • non·con·viv·i·al·i·ty noun

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Example Sentences

Every time I make it, I’m reminded of all the aiolis I’ve served and been served, the far away friends I miss, and the conviviality of sharing a meal around the same table, at last, again.

However there was no harm done, and having roared for a boy to off-saddle, Kendrew led the way inside, on conviviality intent.

The unhappy event which so suddenly interrupted the conviviality of the party scarcely made a more than momentary impression.

These artless people, during the conviviality of the feast, spoke without disguise.

Nothing produces good-fellowship, intimacy, and conviviality more than a good supper.

That was the end of those delicate topics; and conviviality grew apace.