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adore, anniversaries, appreciate, bacchanal, ball, banquet, bask in, bat, be pleased with, bender, binge, bout, bust, caper, caracole, carnival, carol, carousal, carouse, celebrate, celebrating, celebration, ceremony, chirp, chirrup, clap hands, commemoration, crow over, cut loose, dance, debauch, delight, delight in, derive pleasure from, devour, dressing ship, drinking bout, eat up, enjoy, escapade, exult, fanfare, fanfaronade, feast, feast on, festival, festivity, fete, fling, flourish of trumpets, freak out on, frisk, frolic, gaiety, gala, gambol, get high on, gloat over, glory, glory in, groove on, hell, hell around, high jinks, holiday, indulge in, jamboree, jollify, jollity, jolly, joy, joyance, jubilate, jubilation, jubilee, lap up, lark, let go, let loose, let off steam, like, lilt, live it up, love, luxuriate in, mad round, make merry, make whoopee, marking the occasion, memorialization, memory, merriment, merrymaking, observance, orgy, ovation, party, ploy, pub-crawl, raise hell, randan, randy, regale, regalement, rejoice, rejoice in, rejoicing, religious rites, relish, remembrance, revel in, reveling, revelment, revelry, riot, riot in, rite, ritual observance, roister, rollick, romp, round of pleasures, salute, salvo, saturnalia, savor, see life, sing, skip, skip for joy, skylark, skylarking, smack the lips, solemn observance, solemnization, spree, step out, swim in, take pleasure in, tear, testimonial, testimonial banquet, testimonial dinner, toast, toot, treat, tribute, triumph, wallow in, wanton, wassail, welter, whistle, whoop it up, whoopee, wingding

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  • Revel — may refer to: Places * communes in France: ** Revel, Haute Garonne ** Revel, Isère ** Revel Tourdan, in the Isère département * in Estonia: **Revel, Russian form of the German name for Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Officially used 1880 1917… …   Wikipedia

  • Revel — steht für folgende französische Gebietskörperschaften: Revel (Haute Garonne), eine Stadt im Département Haute Garonne Kanton Revel, ein Kanton im Département Haute Garonne Revel (Isère), eine Gemeinde im Département Isère Revel Tourdan, eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • revel in — ˈrevel ˌin [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they revel in he/she/it revels in present participle revelling in past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • Revel — Rev el, n. [OF. revel rebellion, disorder, feast, sport. See {Revel}, v. i.] A feast with loose and noisy jollity; riotous festivity or merrymaking; a carousal. [1913 Webster] This day in mirth and revel to dispend. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] Some… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • revel — [rev′əl] vi. reveled or revelled, reveling or revelling [ME revelen < MFr reveler, to revel, lit., to rebel < L rebellare: see REBEL] 1. to make merry; be noisily festive 2. to take much pleasure; delight (in) [to revel in one s freedom] n …   English World dictionary

  • Revel — C est dans l Aveyron que le nom est le plus répandu, mais on le trouve dans d autres régions. Quelle que soit son origine géographique, il désigne presque toujours celui qui est originaire d une localité appelée Revel (Haute Garonne, Isère… …   Noms de famille

  • revel — (n.) c.1300, riotous merry making, from O.Fr. revel, from reveler be disorderly, make merry, from L. rebellare to rebel (see REBEL (Cf. rebel)). The verb meaning to feast in a noisy manner is first recorded early 14c. The meaning take great… …   Etymology dictionary

  • revel in — (something) to get great pleasure from a situation or an activity. She usually got the jobs she wanted, and she reveled in them. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of revel (= to dance, drink, sing, and enjoy yourself in a noisy way) …   New idioms dictionary

  • revel — [n] celebration, merrymaking bacchanal, carousal, carouse, debauch, festivity, frolic, gaiety, gala, high jinks*, jollification, jollity, merriment, party, reveling, revelment, saturnalia, skylarking*, spree, wassail, whoopee*; concepts 292,377… …   New thesaurus

  • revel — ► VERB (revelled, revelling; US reveled, reveling) 1) engage in lively and noisy festivities. 2) (revel in) gain great pleasure from. ► NOUN (revels) ▪ li …   English terms dictionary

  • Revel — Rev el, n. (Arch.) See {Reveal}. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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