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  • verb Present participle of regale.

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Examples

  • This is what Wendy Stewart, 30, of Baltimore, Md., did last year when a relative with a drinking problem would keep her up at all hours with telephone calls regaling poor decisions and blaming Stewart for her suicidal tendencies.

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  • This is what Wendy Stewart, 30, of Baltimore, Md., did last year when a relative with a drinking problem would keep her up at all hours with telephone calls regaling poor decisions and blaming Stewart for her suicidal tendencies.

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  • This is what Wendy Stewart, 30, of Baltimore, Md., did last year when a relative with a drinking problem would keep her up at all hours with telephone calls regaling poor decisions and blaming Stewart for her suicidal tendencies.

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  • While this is certainly no opera at which you can close your eyes and get lost in beautiful music, there is an artistic rationale for regaling the audience with an unfortunate cacophony of sound -- it conveys the inner turmoil Aschenbach feels over his disturbed longing for a very young Polish boy and the mental degradation that accelerates as he is physically consumed by cholera.

    Marissa Bronfman: The Canadian Opera Company Challenges the Imagination with Aida and Death In Venice

  • Or maybe because they've had other people spook them when they've entered old places together, regaling old haunts that came to them secondhand from some friend of a friend of a friend.

    All the Bad Things About Hill House

  • Together we earn a fair living regaling groups with bawdy tales.

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  • Joshua was the next to last to get picked up, and Ben was bummed to see him go because he had passed the time regaling Ben with little known factoids about crustaceans lobsters molt—who knew?

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  • While this is certainly no opera at which you can close your eyes and get lost in beautiful music, there is an artistic rationale for regaling the audience with an unfortunate cacophony of sound -- it conveys the inner turmoil Aschenbach feels over his disturbed longing for a very young Polish boy and the mental degradation that accelerates as he is physically consumed by cholera.

    Marissa Bronfman: The Canadian Opera Company Challenges the Imagination with Aida and Death In Venice

  • I wake her up and start regaling her with Aussie tales, like how I got with my first British chick there, and all the crazy times we had with the students.

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  • Natalya was regaling her with tales of old battles to keep her distracted, but time pressed heavily on Regin.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

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