Synonyms for jollity
Antonyms for jollity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOLLITY
O the music, the lightness, the jollity of the zarzuelas of my father's time!
The seriousness of age takes the place of the jollity of youth.
The general taste is for jollity, bright colour, cheerful music.
He was in a mood of jollity, and watched Elfride down the hill with a smile.
When this period of jollity is ended, the freshman must declare his views.
They were all full of fun and jollity, and were enjoying the excursion to the utmost.
I'm beginning to get a bit of reaction, of course; should have liked an hour or two of jollity.
Most of the passengers and all the jollity went in this class.
All were out for a good time, and the atmosphere of good will and jollity was infectious.
But it was anything but cold when we got inside—open fires and jollity!
c.1300, jolyfte, iolite, from Old French jolivete "gaity, cheerfulness; amorous passion; life of pleasure," from jolif (see jolly).