Synonym: fun, gaiety, playfulness. Similar words: detriment, experiment, detrimental, experimental, merrily, sentimental, presentiment, sentiment. Meaning: ['merɪmənt] n. 1. a gay feeling 2. activities that are enjoyable or amusing.
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1. Her eyes twinkled with merriment.
2. Sounds of merriment came from the kitchen.
3. What calls for this merriment?
4. Her eyes sparkled with merriment.
5. What's all the merriment about?
6. Weeping with merriment, gleeful through and through, she never relaxed her grip.
7. The drinking and merriment were not enough to take his mind off Dinah.
8. He still wore his expression of vacuous merriment, which must have been habitual rather than assumed in my honour.
9. Merriment is not a bad or degrading quality.
10. A sparkle of merriment or delight in the eye.
11. My joy is sorrow and my merriment is grief.
12. Wine gives not light hilarity, but noisy merriment.
13. She found fresh sources of merriment.
14. All the merriment had gone out of the day . He was disturbed , wretched, resentful.
15. No world of light and merriment. No round of amusement.
16. Eventually, the church was successful in removing the merriment(5), lights and gifts from Saturnalia and transferring them to the celebration of a Christian Christmas.
17. Her escapades were a subject of merriment in the sorority house.
18. His literary diction would give food for merriment to our elders behind his back, some of his high-flown phrases finding a permanent place in our family repertoire of witticisms.
19. They immediately joined in the merriment as if they knew what was going on.
20. Everything is hoary , grisly, bristling with merriment, swollen with the future, like a gumboil.
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21. His unusual name has long been a source of merriment among his friends.
22. For his old-fashioned masculinity is the cause of continual merriment on my part.
23. The London skyline, the Post Office Tower, the sounds of distant merriment.
24. When he pulls it out, the others explode with merriment.
25. Or was the whole episode simply an occasion for our own informed superior merriment?
26. I mentioned this to my parents over lunch and it naturally caused much merriment.
27. Some attended secret Christmas Day church services, while many more continued to celebrate the day with traditional feasting and merriment.
28. His strange new hairstyle was the cause of much merriment.
29. The Artful, meantime, who was of a rather saturnine disposition, and seldom gave way to merriment when it interfered with business, rifled Oliver's pockets with steady assiduity.
30. The cheerless monotony was sometimes enlivened with a little innocent merriment.
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