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- v. To enjoy oneself in a jolly and festive manner.
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- v. celebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities
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Bid the eunuchs send them all away and keep only two of the slave-girls, that we may make merry with them.
They were beginning to make merry over their comrade's absence.
Then said he, Know, O Ma’aruf, that thou owest me fifteen nusfs; so go to thy wife and make merry and take this nusf for the
Hayslope were to be at the Chase, and make merry there in honour of
He would escort Miss Hayes to the ball, he would make merry there just as if his heart was not heavy within him, and he would postpone his return home until tomorrow.
It was meet that we should make merry and be glad: for this thy brother was dead, and is alive again; and was lost, and is found Luke 15:11ff.
Nor was he let down till the master had planted a grove of birch in his back-side for the terrour and publick example of all waggs that divulge the secrets of Priscian and make merry with their teachers.
Now Abu Nowas was given to these joys and loved to sport and make merry with fair boys and cull the rose from every brightly blooming check, even as saith the bard,