[ rev-uhl-ree ]
/ ˈrɛv əl ri /
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noun, plural rev·el·ries.
reveling; boisterous festivity: Their revelry could be heard across the river.
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How to use revelry in a sentence
The continuous string of revelries makes the days blur together.Party on in Pag: The Controversy on Croatia’s Hottest Island|Kristin Vukovic|August 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The effect on our heroine was much as if she had found herself an observer of the revelries of demons.The Pathfinder|James Fenimore Cooper
The Riche and the Dorée, standing side by side, were both high-priced and noted for their revelries.All About Coffee|William H. Ukers
The wine flowed freely, the nobles danced, and the beautiful ladies joined heartily in the revelries.Zigzag Journeys in Europe|Hezekiah Butterworth
I would fain have to describe the boisterous and happy revelries that used to ensue upon these scenes, and should do still.Mirror of the Months|Peter George Patmore
Then they immediately divided the hog among those present and the function was finished with dances and drunken revelries.
British Dictionary definitions for revelry
/ (ˈrɛvəlrɪ) /
noun plural -ries
noisy or unrestrained merrymaking
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