Part of speech:
Convivial merriment or celebration.
Gladness and merriment, especially when expressed by laughter.
Gentle and gracious:
(Obs.) Lovely or lovable
Showing a cheerful, carefree disposition; lighthearted
Carefree and nonchalant; jaunty.
Having to do with a feast or festive activity
Elegant and gracious; urbane
Giving off gas bubbles; bubbling up; foaming
Of, relating to, or having a sexual orientation to persons of the same sex.
(Rare) Of or characterized by genius
Full of joy; happy; glad
Having a (specified) character, mood, or disposition
The art or process of making movies with drawings, computer graphics, or photographs of static objects, including all techniques other than the continuous filming of live-action images.
Ability to recover quickly from setbacks; resilience.
The act or an instance of celebrating
A feeling of exultant joy or pride; high spirits
An exuberant act, expression, or display:
The joy and merriment of a festival or celebration.
Showy, elaborate decoration, esp. clothes, jewelry, etc.
A playful trick; prank
A source of enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure:
(Music) A part song scored for three or more usually male and unaccompanied voices that was popular in the 1700s.
The state or quality of being hilarious
A source or an object of joy:
The condition or feeling of being jubilant.
A festivity; a revelry.
A drug mentioned in the Odyssey as a remedy for grief.
The state or quality of being nonchalant
The quality or state of being vivacious
(Countable) A jocose utterance.
Jollity; noisy mirth
A time or day of feasting or celebration; esp., a periodic religious celebration
An occasion of merrymaking or boisterous festivity; celebration
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