merry-making

[ mer-ee-mey-king ]SEE DEFINITION OF merry-making
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Who are these, and why are they merry-making here, if there is no one dead?

You make a merry-making of this, every month; let me be merry, too.

Everywhere alike he found them faring sumptuously and merry-making.

All that merry-making was the source of the Cabaal's pin-money, for the other seasons of the year.

London was merry-making, with bonfires and pealing of bells, when Will Peake and I entered it.

In the midst of all the merry-making the wife burst suddenly into tears.

The young lady will see her cousin and all will be joy and merry-making.

She would try to dismiss it and do her best to enter into the spirit of the merry-making.

All the drivers were more or less the worse for merry-making, and the groom was absorbed in his bride.

The merry-making had increased; the place was more crowded than ever.

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