Thesaurus / make merry

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We did no more than laugh and make merry over the past until the others came and demanded the purpose of his visit.

Beyond the FrontierRandall Parrish

The symbol is an allusion to the old custom of going about on that night begging drink to make merry with.

Old Church LoreWilliam Andrews

But for all that, I do not see why I should not make merry at thy expense.

Legends of LongdendaleThomas Middleton

Hereupon they sat down and began to eat and drink and make merry.

They sat down in two cross-rows, and began to drink wine and make merry just like human beings.

Bring us something so that we may eat and make merry,—and then prepare the guest cabin.

And the new critics, who never heard Thalberg, have the impertinence to flout him, to make merry at his fantasias.

Old FogyJames Huneker

The elder brother never got a kid that he might make merry with his friends; and why?

Life and Times of DavidCharles Henry Mackintosh

I hide the girls in the daytime, and make merry with them in the evening.

David CopperfieldCharles Dickens

Jenny Andrews and Amy Seaton officiated as bridesmaids, and a large party were invited to make merry on the occasion.

EventideEffie Afton

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