Synonym: celebration. Similar words: activity, festival, creativity, sensitivity, objectivity, collectivity, productivity, conductivity. Meaning: [fe'stɪvətɪ] n. any joyous diversion.
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1. There was a general air of festivity and abandon.
2. The royal wedding was an occasion of great festivity.
3. The wedding was an occasion of great festivity.
4. There was an air of festivity in the village.
5. Carnivals are about excitement and festivity.
6. Until recently, similar bull-running was an annual festivity in many towns in Britain and prohibited by Parliament only early in 1835.
7. Legends about the origin of this festivity abound.
8. The festivity will be held tomorrow.
9. Night is the time of ease and festivity, of revels and gaiety.
10. A boisterous festivity or celebration; merrymaking. Often used in the plural.
11. They will celebrate it with thanksgiving , with festivity , with bonfires, and illuminations.
12. After a festivity attended by the Irish king, Wictred intentionally leads the British soldiers on a night horse ride to the spot where Tristan and Isolde are on a secret tryst.
13. You may plan to go to a special festivity , or you may even be on vacation with someone you love.
14. He entered the village almost unobserved amid the general festivity.
15. It would be a remarkable party, and already our apartment was acquiring a quality of exaggerated and unrestrained festivity.
16. The midwife and the doctor had a little air of festivity and triumph.
17. The drunken revel of the Roman leaders has the right air of impromptu festivity.
18. And,[sentencedict.com] some displaced residents complain that this is no time for festivity at all.
19. It quickly became apparent that the herring, potatoes, and were consumed at just about every festivity.
20. Including Red China lobby colonnade, red cloth interior rooms and gold tableware, fully filled with festivity.
21. She is always eager to have a finger in the pie if her neighbours are planning any little festivity.
22. Masks worn on holidays such as Halloween and Mardi Gras signal festivity and license.
23. Overnight , we had given him a farewell dinner , in which sadness was well mingled with festivity.
24. Suddenly he felt lonely and far removed from all this festivity.
25. Sally is always eager to have a finger in the pie if her neighbors are planning any little festivity .
26. She is always finger in the pie if her neighbours are planning any little festivity.
27. Chinese New Year is the longest and most important festivity in the Lunar Calendar.
28. She always have a finger in the pie if her neighbours are planning any little festivity.
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29. To observe ( a day or event ) with ceremonies of respect , festivity, or rejoicing.
30. A watch over the body of a deceased person before burial , sometimes accompanied by festivity.
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