When they entered they were deafened with the noise of carousing and merrymaking.
My dear young lady, the saintliest thing we can let you do is to dance at that merrymaking.
By the end of the festival, on the night of merrymaking in honour of the village guardian spirit, things were livelier.
He was in no humor for betrothal feasts and merrymaking when his city was lost.
But, if that feast was religious, the Jews turned it into 'an annual merrymaking of a totally secular kind.'
Such a festival was not called an isinnu, but a nigatu,—a 'merrymaking.'
I would be a strange spectre, disturbing your merrymaking, Anne.
They were sent to the lockup again, and our party resumed their merrymaking.
It was a festival of fortune's favorites, a merrymaking of those lucky few who have nothing to do but enjoy life's pleasures.
I intend to have several days of feasting and merrymaking, in honor of your visit.