from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of revel.
- n. A revel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as riveling.
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Is it just me, or did Will just say that he was more interested in reveling over the personal tragedies of others for his entertainment?
I'm a great believer in reveling in the moment and catching breath before the next big thing.
I’d like to believe that, but I’ve seen no squirming by Republicans, and they seem perfectly happy to outdo one another in reveling in abuse of “terrorists” (meaning people suspected of terrorism, or perhaps an even larger group).
Though the timing on Confessions of a Shopaholic couldn't have been worse - the idea of reveling in wretched excess when untold thousands are losing their homes, their jobs, their minds - there really is no ...
Yeah, that basically just means I'm kind of reveling in the fact that I'm pissed off at the uncertainty of the future, as I want to believe the Wii is going to help with shaping that.
Lapetus, while I can appreciate some cynicism here and there, I doubt that the author is "reveling" in this attention.
The first time we see John they are celebrating their decision and kind of reveling in this newfound sense of freedom.
KURTZ: You mean you're getting all this attention and you're kind of reveling in it?
It's not kind of reveling and nightspots in that -- in that sense.
I defy Farber to find a single communique from skeptical bloggers like myself "reveling" in Maggiore's death.
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