Word usage examples
Jolif and glad they wente unto hir reste, And casten hem ful erly for to saille, But herkneth, to that o man fil a greet mervaille.
It was so different from the coarse laughter of a moment before and so full of merryment that it transported her back to a meadow be the river at Richmond.
The rhythmical energy and propulsiveness thus imparted to the music of the merrymaking is heightened by the dance.
They could hear the occasional sounds of merrymaking echoing through the streets, the slurred voices of merchants and Naren workers as they staggered between taverns.
Richius could hear nothing of the merrymaking going on in the throne room far below, and none of the sweet aromas of the kitchens climbed this high.
No one could have made out the figure standing there, silently watching the merrymaking, not even the Bolg guards who flanked the Rise, passing a wineskin between them.
Of course, she needed a better excuse than multicultural merrymaking if she was going to put off carrying out a direct order from the Strigoi Council.
The merrymaking no longer intrigued her, and with an empty feeling she excused herself to retire for the night.
To this place came all the pirates and buccaneers that infested those parts, and men shouted and swore and gambled, and poured out money like water, and then maybe wound up their merrymaking by dying of fever.
If some of the stableboys or anyone else had ducked in here for private merrymaking, there would be the sound of voices and giggling.