- n. Plural form of merrymaker.
“The day was done, and the merrymakers had nearly all departed.”
“From hundreds of miles, they had come, and the merrymakers from the last two nights had not dispersed.”
“In a thematic follow-up to the Food Court Musical, the merrymakers headed to a grocery store to stupefy and delight its patrons.”
“One by one the suddenly grim merrymakers climbed down and left, until once more the carriage with the dead man was in front of the Captain.”
“Those aren't all tourists," he says, of Kreuzberg's nightly mix of merrymakers, bottle-breakers and doorway befoulers.”
“High up in a tree-house, 30 feet from the ground, a group of merrymakers mocked the raid and police.”
“It was approaching midnight, and before me poured the better class of merrymakers, shunning the more riotous streets and returning home.”
“The News Watch journal, a weekly magazine, issued the government's warning for merrymakers to "avoid wearing dress that is contrary to Myanmar culture.”
“I was flabbergasted to discover north of Sochi a Soviet version of Acapulco, complete with a pyramid hotel, all-night discos, riotous bars and throngs of vodka-fueled merrymakers.”
“Race promoters launched a coy and controversial ad campaign that dared prodigal merrymakers to return to the track and "Get Your Preak On.”
Looking for tweets for merrymakers.