Examples of merrymaking in a Sentence
Christmas Eve is always an occasion of much merrymaking at our home.
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In the spirit of merrymaking, Russell Westbrook, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and her brother, Anwar, gamely took shots.
The Abbey alone is celebrating its 12th anniversary Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., but all three entities will take part in the merrymaking.
Hooker Day, an annual city tradition of local arts, culture and merrymaking, has transformed into Hooker Week.
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has partnered with ride-sharing service Lyft as an incentive to minimize DUIs during merrymaking.
This bitter exchange may seem out of place for an event known for apolitical merrymaking, but the collision of race and revelry is actually in keeping with Mardi Gras’ long racial history.
Christmas Day calls for festive merrymaking, plenty of family time—and, most importantly, a zero-maintenance beauty strategy.
The Sitzmark will host a second weekend of live music, souvenir steins and merrymaking.
More than 50 breweries are expected to take part in Craft Beer Night, the kickoff to four straight days of merrymaking.
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MERRYMAKING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of merrymaking for English Language Learners
: fun and enjoyment : joyful celebration that includes eating, drinking, singing, and dancing
MERRYMAKING Defined for Kids
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