Definition of Revels

1. Noun. (plural of revel) ¹



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Definition of Revels

1. revel [v] - See also: revel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revels

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

Literary usage of Revels

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1. The Influence of Beaumont and Fletcher on Shakspere by Ashley Horace Thorndike (1901)
"His further discussion of this and the other revels companies seems to me inadequate ; but since it does not affect the dates of any of the Beaumont and ..."

2. English Dramatic Companies, 1558-1642 by John Tucker Murray (1910)
"30, 1629, a licence was granted by the Master of the revels to Robert Kimpton or Kempston, Nathaniel Clay, Thomas Holman, and others.2 This licence they ..."

3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1844)
"Sir George Due and the office of the revels. The following letter from Sir ... Buc was Master of the revels during the last six years of Shakespeare's life ..."

4. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1849)
"Sir George Buc and the office of the revels. The following letter from Sir ... Buc was Master of the revels during the last six years of Shakespeare's life ..."

5. Black Americans in Congress, 1870-1989 by Bruce A. Ragsdale, Joel D. Treese (1996)
"revels attended various schools and seminaries and Knox College in ... revels served in Vicksburg, Mississippi, as chaplain of a black regiment and ..."

6. The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare: And by John Payne Collier (1879)
"Sir George Buc became Master of the revels in 1610 ; and in 1612, Sir John Ashley obtained a grant of the reversion of the office, on the death of Sir ..."

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