She regaled her glory days as a beauty-pageant winter “50 pounds ago.”
Massa regaled listeners with an account of confronting Emanuel while soaping up in the House gym showers.
The Dalai Lama regaled the crowd with stories, not all pertinent to the subject at hand.
George H.W. Bush, dealt a humiliating loss in the 1992 election, regaled his friends with country music.
So it surprised me to see him literally laugh until he cried as he regaled me with Jon Peters stories.
Now that we were out of hearing of the cries of the sea-birds, we were regaled with more agreeable sounds.
He waved his arms, airing his grievance with which for an hour past he had regaled me.
They receive fees, and are regaled with abundant chang and the fat of the land.
Their nostrils were regaled with the savory fumes of the cooking meat.
Here they regaled themselves on a delicacy that disappeared when they vanished from the land.
"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.