Thesaurus / revel

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Davidge was glad of her clatter, because it gave him a chance to revel in Mamise.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
Years that we wish we could live again, so that we might revel in every full-blooded hour.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Oscar seemed to revel in the storm of conflicting opinions which the paper called forth.
He instituted jolly measures, and contrived possibilities of riot and revel that no mortal ever thought of before.
Lovers of realistic fiction will revel in this literary feast.
In this picture the artist seems to revel in the depiction of emotion, and (as it were) in "piling up the agony."
But the strange external luxury of ornamentation became, inside, a revel of immense stairways.
His voice had a kind of confidence in it, a respect for Revel that surprised the big miner.
THE BUTTONED SKYGEOFF ST. REYNARD
But, as I said, these Jacobins seem to revel in illegality for its own sake.
She turned to Mrs. Wace while Revel came again a little too late with a "Possibly——"
KIPPSH. G. WELLS

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