verb (used without object), rev·eled, rev·el·ing or (especially British) rev·elled, rev·el·ling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM revelrev·el·er; especially British, rev·el·ler, nounrev·el·ment, nounun·rev·el·ing, adjectiveun·rev·el·ling, adjective
Definition for revel (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for revel
He states them with a musical cadence and then brings them out one by one to be examined, dissected and reveled in.
For a period of time, Italians reveled in the fact that they had a leader who seemed normal.
Whether TTP had actually engineered the massacre was unclear, but they reveled in the fear and publicity it generated.
Sullivan says he “reveled in the discovery of how freeing it could be to meet people while wearing a mask.”11 Juiciest Bits From ‘Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson’|Abby Haglage|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Today, Laughlin lives a reclusive life far from the Hollywood music scene that she and Clarkson reveled in years ago.
Mrs. Bogardus reveled in costly petticoats, and had an unnecessary number of them.The Desert and The Sown|Mary Hallock Foote
His reading was dramatic, almost tricky; but it made the poems live for his students, and they reveled in his classes.The Plastic Age|Percy Marks
We reveled in a new luxurious world of rare deeds, rare dreams all our own.The Lady and the Pirate|Emerson Hough
Since there were no sweating passengers crammed in beside her, she reveled in the train's slowness.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
In my last year of study under Mrs. Long I reveled for the first time in the joys of grand opera.Geraldine Farrar|Geraldine Farrar