festivity[ fe-stiv-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF festivity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FESTIVITY
And thus evaporates the last vestige of the dragoon's Christmas festivity.
He had expected some sort of festivity after the performance, but there was none.
Like Rose, he had died suddenly, a year later, on a day of festivity.
They come upon us like some dire disaster in a time of festivity.
He was, as a matter of fact, just returning from a night of festivity at the Nobility Club.
All during that evening's festivity I could think of nothing else.
The preparations for festivity are ever interesting to young folk.
The symbol of festivity should be capacious, as well as prime in quality.
It was, perhaps, the most enjoyed of any Hamilton festivity.
On all sides the sounds of festivity, of music, and dancing, regaled the ear.
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