Examples of merriment in a Sentence
a time of great joy and merriment
Their house was always filled with merriment.
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Pose is an engaging portrait of dark days met with merriment.
At the shelter, he's quickly met with a merriment of high-fives and pats on the shoulder.
Then a few hours after that, NBC picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a sixth season, to much joy and merriment.
And though the day will certainly be filled with merriment and joy for the family, it could also be filled with confusion for commoners.
And the cast attacks each silly moment with enough gusto to have won the audience over by the slower second act, which doesn’t end as sharply as merriment of this nature really should.
In addition, Welles, Grace, and their children took many adventurous cross country camping trips which have become the source of much merriment and family storytelling over the years.
Much unkind merriment about their getups was made by visitors who saw them in their old age and found the riding habits and top hats absurd.
Pirates of Penzance For those who have dreamed of being part of the merriment of a Gilbert & Sullivan light opera, this semi-immersive staging by the Chicago company The Hypocrites represents the opportunity of a lifetime.
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MERRIMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of merriment for English Language Learners
: laughter and enjoyment
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