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This conversation often bleeds easily into a “the more the merrier” logic followed by some joke about polygamy.

For Tonight, the more may be the merrier where changes are concerned.

Kraft used the more-the-merrier tactic when it pushed cheese, the fattest of fat-based foods, into the markets in the 1990s.

And when it comes to faith, family, and financial success, the more the merrier as far as the GOP is concerned.

And will be again, though perhaps the next time around Robin and his men will be a bit merrier.

With the arrival of this pretty and lively school-girl the house became even merrier and brighter than before.

A merrier party certainly never met, but the best of the expedition was to come.

After breakfast we had a merry time at croquet, and then a still merrier time at foot-ball.

But she believed he would come back, and her step grew lighter, her face brighter, her laugh merrier.

Never before was the sky more blue, the air more sweet, the village church bells' pealing merrier.

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On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to merrier, such as: pleasant, winsome, enjoyable, mad, joyous, and sunny.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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