Definition of Revelries

1. Noun. (plural of revelry) ¹



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Definition of Revelries

1. revelry [n] - See also: revelry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revelries

revelator
revelators
revelatory
reveled
reveler
revelers
reveling
revelled
revellent
reveller
revellers
revelling
revelment
revelments
revelous
revelries (current term)
revelrous
revelry
revels
revenant
revenants
revendge
revendicate
revendicated
revendicates
revendicating
revenge
revenge is a dish best served cold
revengeable

Literary usage of Revelries

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1. Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile by John Hanning Speke (1864)
"Native revelries.—The Plundering and Tyranny of the Turks.—The Rascalities of the Ivory Trade.—Feeling for the Nile.—Taken to see a Mark left by a European. ..."

2. European Reminiscences, Musical and Otherwise: Being the Recollections of by Louis Charles Elson (1914)
"... ANN'S MIDNIGHT revelries A MEETING WITH THE PRINCE OF HESSE A RECEPTION AT MADAM WAGNER'S. There is a story of a conductor on a certain slow railroad ..."

3. The Unknown Horn of Africa by Frank Linsly James, James Godfrey Thrupp (1888)
"... WARRIOR — FALSE ALARMS — REAL ALARMS A PROJECTED COUP D'ETAT—THE SULTAN'S RIVAL OUR FAMOUS CANNON MORE ALARMS—PLAN OF ATTACK MIDNIGHT revelries—CROSSING ..."

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