Anyway I sat down with Bruce and encouraged him to regale me with a few New Hampshire-in-the-old days stories.
All this law has provided ample fodder for late-night comedians, who regale us with the latest legal idiocy.
When Emmett King came home at night, he liked to regale the family with tales of small-town criminality— Mayberry R.F.D. stuff.
And they hastened to regale the hungry visitors with a repast of fish.
Because I was beast enough to regale her with a lecture, and that, too, about a mummy.
Haste, then, and hospitably spread the board For her regale, while with my best dispatch I lay my bellows and my tools aside.
And when our ears it does regale We find a sting is in its tale.
Of course, the boys were tempted to regale themselves more luxuriously, but they incurred a great risk in doing so.
He has no points, he has no head or tail, But many a jovial party he'll regale.
As the crowd withdrew to regale themselves with a largess of leben, the daughter of the satrap appeared.
"entertain splendidly," 1650s, from French régaler "to entertain or feast," from Old French regale, rigale, from gale "merriment," from galer "make merry" (see gallant (adj.)). Influenced in Old French by se rigoler "amuse oneself, rejoice," of unknown origin. Italian regalo is from French. Related: Regaled; regaling.