noun, plural jol·li·ties.
Origin of jollity
Synonyms for jollity
Related Words for jollitiesfestivity, merriment, merrymaking, revel, glee, cheer, jocundity, gaiety, joviality, revelry, fun, mirth, frolic, hilarity, whoopee
Examples from the Web for jollities
Historical Examples of jollities
Life had its jollities, then; life was action, contest, victory!Dream Days
Even the jollities of the festival at the Apollo Saloon could not commence till a blessing had been asked.History of American Socialisms
John Humphrey Noyes
His Jorrocks Jaunts and Jollities is missing from this catalogue, but here are a lot of them.The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections
A. Edward Newton
noun plural -ties
c.1300, jolyfte, iolite, from Old French jolivete "gaity, cheerfulness; amorous passion; life of pleasure," from jolif (see jolly).