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  • nounenjoyment, amusement
  • nouncelebration

synonyms for merrymakings

  • 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
  • festivity
  • carousal
  • conviviality
  • enjoyment
  • merriment
  • jolly
  • revelry
  • pleasure
  • frolic
  • amusement
  • festive
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antonyms for merrymakings

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  • sadness
  • sorrow
  • unhappiness
  • gloom
  • unhappiness
  • misery
  • sadness
  • sorrow
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How to use merrymakings in a sentence

Madron Feast (Advent Sunday) was always an occasion of prolonged merrymakings and dissipation.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
The coaching party paraded out and dispersed amid merrymakings freer than before.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
The wedding took place all over again, much finer than the first, with festivals and banquets and merrymakings for days and weeks.
EAST OF THE SUN AND WEST OF THE MOONPETER CHRISTEN ASBJRNSEN
His subjects, representing merrymakings and drunken assemblies, are similar to those of Schendel.
CATALOGUE OF THE GALLERY OF ART OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETYANONYMOUS
He lived a dissipated life, and his pictures usually represented merrymakings and frolics of the ale-house.
CATALOGUE OF THE GALLERY OF ART OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETYANONYMOUS
Among these men we can scarcely believe there were many festivities or merrymakings.
STORIES OF NEW JERSEYFRANK RICHARD STOCKTON
Nevertheless, after he had gone, the merrymakings were continued with greater zest than before.
THE TWO FIRST CENTURIES OF FLORENTINE HISTORYPASQUALE VILLARI
The noise of resulting merrymakings sufficiently sought out and annoyed her ear.
THE LADY OF FORT ST. JOHNMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
There are also records of a pleasanter nature; merrymakings, and festive preparations, and 12s.
CASTLE RACKRENTMARIA EDGEWORTH
The country people flocked to the little island, and expressed their joy by merrymakings, dances, and bonfires.
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPHWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
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