verb (used without object), rev·eled, rev·el·ing or (especially British) rev·elled, rev·el·ling.
Origin of revel
Related formsrev·el·er; especially British, rev·el·ler, nounrev·el·ment, nounun·rev·el·ing, adjectiveun·rev·el·ling, adjective
Examples from the Web for revelled
It was a circle of exceptionally bright teenagers who revelled equally in wit and in culture.Why World War I Is at the Heart of ‘Lord of the Rings’|John Garth|July 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rosseau, Voltaire, Byron, Goethe have revelled in the delights of its tranquil beauty and celebrated its charms in immortal words.Nasby in Exile|David R. Locke
How we revelled in that drink as we paused at Romano's Well!
They revelled with the most abandoned of the natives, and disease and drink ravaged the once peaceful island.In the Wrong Paradise|Andrew Lang