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1. Sounds of revelry came from next door.
2. The sound of revelry filled the house yesterday.
3. We could hear sounds of revelry from next door.
4. The revelry continued all night.
5. The revelry was snubbed by my father.
6. After a night of drunken revelry they ended up in the dock.
7. The feasting, drinking, dancing and revelry continued for several days.
8. And what a sight of revelry!
9. Behind them Joe Alsop continued in revelry.
10. Faint sounds of revelry issued into the night.
11. At times last night, good-humoured revelry got out of hand.
12. In the midst of this revelry, Charles Darwin strides in.
13. Below the sound of revelry continued.
14. It'seems sounds of drunken revelry.
15. He knew their customary revelry was going on.
16. The revelry had reached its climax.
17. The revelry started shortly after night fell and lasted until midnight.
18. The spirit of this bacchanalian revelry of Europe found entrance into our demurely well-behaved social world, woke us up, and made us lively.
19. Their drunken revelry, their shameless flirting, must have offended the righteous believers in the jihad.
20. Rachel daintily arched one eyebrow as if I had mentioned inviting her servants to some feast or revelry.
21. He was also presenting ballets in a similar format to Rustic Revelry.
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22. However, their devotions were often disturbed by the sounds of revelry and dancing as the villagers gathered around the nearby maypole.
23. Knockrin Castle was rented from Lord Boyne and the revelry was ceaseless.
24. People came from miles around to join in the revelry.
25. When the Sheriff and his men approached the brothers at Winchelsea, they found them in a state of drunken revelry.
26. Though naturally quiet, she enjoyed being surrounded by the youthful revelry so prevalent in London in those years.
27. Take care to avoid parties or games where thoughtless revelry and carousing are the norm.
28. Russians are also celebrating the end of winter with Pancake week, a pre-Christian carnival of revelry across Russia.
29. But the end to gruelling daylight abstinence and excessive night - time revelry is not the only relief.
30. Verse 25 tells us that the celebration degraded to revelry and debauchery. All restraint was gone.
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