joviality

[ joh-vee-al-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF joviality
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With all its alarms, however, life in camp was not without its joviality.

On the contrary, our doctor was full of talk and joviality—generous to a fault.

The sounds of joviality increased, and Blake's mouth watered.

All previous coronations were said to be outdone by the feasting and joviality on this occasion.

He had a vein of rich humor approaching to joviality, yet he drank only water.

Nor was it only in streets and public places that mirth and joviality prevailed.

Judd asked, continuing his rumbling manifestations of joviality.

There was no escaping the joviality of this first evening meal in camp.

He was short and stout, and red in the face, and carried with him always an air of joviality.

But her joviality, Fred felt, was an asset, and ought to be developed.

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