/ (ˈdʒɒlɪtɪz) /

pl n
  1. British a party or celebration

Words Nearby jollities

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How to use jollities in a sentence

  • There he was again, indeed, an old man by a dying fire, sitting among the ashes of burnt-out jollities.

    Carnival | Compton Mackenzie
  • His Jorrocks Jaunts and jollities is missing from this catalogue, but here are a lot of them.

  • 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
  • Life had its jollities, then; life was action, contest, victory!

    Dream Days | Kenneth Grahame