Hillary Rodham Clinton must be reveling in the latest round of Republican fratricide.
“I would like to rest, and welcome the possibility of reveling in obscurity,” he told reporters as he left office.
They were delighted as they moved from dad to dad, reveling in the private bond they share with each one.
late 14c., "riotous merry-making," from Old French revel "entertainment, revelry," verbal noun from reveler "be disorderly, make merry" (see revel (v.)). Related: Revels; revel-rout.
early 14c., "to feast in a noisy manner;" late 14c., "take part in revels," from Old French reveler, also rebeller "be disorderly, make merry; rebel, be riotous," from Latin rebellare "to rebel" (see rebel (v.)). The meaning "take great pleasure in" first recorded 1754. Related: Reveled; reveling; revelled; revelling.