make merry

[ mer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF make merry

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They were all to come in and make merry, he said, but the prince he took to his own house.

No, or she had not gathered Wimbledon about her to make merry the midnight hour.

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

Make merry who might, Aucassin had no taste for it; since he saw nothing there of that he loved.

The spit must be turning, and we can make merry with you, heart and belly.

Gamesters and lookers on alike smoke, drink, and make merry.

We will allow him to make merry at our next feast, eh, comrades?

A clubhouse is fitted up for the mill hands to make merry in.

I would not allow him companions to make merry with, so as to make a pleasure of intoxication.

I could dance and be merry too Arsinoe, dance and make merry with you like a madman!

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