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They visit and regale one another very much, and are not wanting in Civilities to Foreigners.THE MEMOIRS OF CHARLES-LEWIS, BARON DE POLLNITZ, VOLUME IKARL LUDWIG VON PLLNITZ
His chief food is of a vegetable nature—grain, fruits, and roots—but he does not disdain an occasional regale of pork.THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
The regale that followed might have caused a European chef to pale his ineffectual fires from sheer envy.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO. 393, JULY 1848VARIOUS
The fat man hates trouble, smothers his own, and you only make him ill at ease when you regale him with yours.HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
And booths, wherein you might regale, And have a pint of beer, or ale.SOCIAL ENGLAND UNDER THE REGENCY, VOL. 1 (OF 2)JOHN ASHTON.
I am almost tempted to dismount and regale myself with a slight draught.THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
Now take the lady outside, smooth her off and regale her with a lovers' sundae.HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS
An amusing description of the regale may be read in Thayer's biography of Beethoven.HAYDNJ. CUTHBERT HADDEN
After a regale of milk we embarked for the first Wahpoośkow lake, which we reached in the afternoon.THROUGH THE MACKENZIE BASINCHARLES MAIR
Presently there appeared the gallant who had invited Petrusha, and began to regale him with all kinds of meat and drink.RUSSIAN FAIRY TALESW. R. S. RALSTON

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