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  • nounenjoyment, amusement
  • nounamusement

synonyms for merriments

  • brawl
  • buffoonery
  • cheerfulness
  • conviviality
  • festivity
  • frolic
  • fun
  • fun and games
  • gaiety
  • glee
  • happiness
  • hilarity
  • hoopla
  • indulgence
  • jocularity
  • jocundity
  • jollity
  • joviality
  • joy
  • laughter
  • levity
  • liveliness
  • mirth
  • picnic
  • recreation
  • revel
  • revelry
  • self-indulgence
  • shindig
  • sport
  • whoopee
  • wingding
  • revelry
  • hilarity
  • indulgence
  • revel
  • joviality
  • picnic
  • sport
  • levity
  • happiness
  • jocundity
  • glee
  • cheerfulness
  • liveliness
  • hoopla
  • brawl
  • frolic
  • festivity
  • merrymaking
  • enjoyment
  • joy
  • tomfoolery
  • jocularity
  • recreation
  • conviviality
  • gaiety
  • self-indulgence
  • shindig
  • jollity
  • fun
  • mirth
  • laughter
  • buffoonery
  • whoopee
  • wingding
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antonyms for merriments

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  • sadness
  • sorrow
  • unhappiness
  • unhappiness
  • misery
  • gloom
  • depression
  • seriousness
  • work
  • woe
  • sorrow
  • sadness
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How to use merriments in a sentence

John Cooper gave a croft for making of love-days (merriments) among Birmingham men.
AN HISTORY OF BIRMINGHAM (1783)WILLIAM HUTTON
How few now remain, "the sad historians of the pensive tale," of their bygone merriments!
MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME, VOL. 1 (OF 2)GEORGE DANIEL
In the midst of the merriments of the mutations of Time, Pierre hath ringed himself in with the grief of Eternity.
PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
The custom of making fools on the 1st of April is one of the few old English merriments still in general vogue.
POPULAR RHYMES AND NURSERY TALESDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
In the year 1588 Tarlton gave eternal pause to his merriments.
MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME, VOL. 2 (OF 2)GEORGE DANIEL
Dick at the Caw occurs in a list of penny merriments printed for, and sold by, Philip Brooksby, about 1685.
BALLADS OF SCOTTISH TRADITION AND ROMANCEVARIOUS
He must have thought of Uncle Tom and the bells of Nottingham on this clear night of lovely airs and out-of-door merriments.
TRUE TO HIS HOMEHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
The festivities and merriments were arranged so that every guest had perfect liberty and sufficient time to follow his own taste.
REMINISCENCESHANS MATTSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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