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Word of the Day
Sunday, June 06, 1999

Definitions for regale

  1. To entertain with something that delights.
  2. To entertain sumptuously with fine food and drink.
  3. To feast.

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Citations for regale
If I've been away, and the boys do remember to ask about my trip, I remark on their thoughtfulness by saying, 'Thanks for asking!' and then regale them with stories about my journey. Lucy Calkins, Raising Lifelong Learners: A Parent's Guide
He might also regale them with tales of how his Magic team beat Jordan's Bulls, 108-102, in Game 6 to win their four-of-seven-game Eastern Conference semifinal series before a stunned crowd of 24,332 tonight at the United Center. , New York Times
Origin of regale
Regale comes from French régaler, "to entertain." It is related to gallant.