Merriment synonyms and antonyms

mĕr'ĭ-mənt

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(Uncountable) The state of being happy.
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A period of time spent at some pleasant, enjoyable or entertaining activity.
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The definition of a party is a gathering of people to have a good time or celebrate an occasion, or a group who do things together or a group of people who share the same political ideals.
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Festive proceedings; things done in celebration
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Foolish behaviour
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The definition of fun is something that brings pleasure, joy or playfulness.
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In tort law: of an employee, that he or she, during business hours, deviated from the scope of employment to the extent that the employer will not be held responsible for harm resulting from the employee’s actions. The term typically refers to circumstances in which the employee pursued a personal interest during the hours of employment.
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A pretentious or hypocritical show or ceremony.
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(Uncountable) The state of being convivial
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An activity that provides such refreshment.
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A ceremony to honour and remember a deceased person.
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Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing:
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The definition of amusement is the feeling you have when you see or hear something that makes you laugh or raises your spirits.
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A usually challenging activity undertaken for amusement:
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Alternative spelling of gaiety.
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Joking, humorous remarks or behaviour.
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Lightness of manner or speech, frivolity
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The state of being sportive
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The state or quality of being hilarious
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The state of being jocose
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Jollity; noisy mirth
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The state of being jovial; jollity or conviviality
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The emotion usually following humour and accompanied by laughter; merriment; jollity; gaiety.
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A loud and noisy social gathering.
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The quality or state of being jolly; fun; gaiety
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A jocose action or remark
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(Uncountable) The state of being jocund.
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Intense and especially ecstatic or exultant happiness, or an instance of such feeling.
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The state of being cheerful; joy.
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Enjoyment is defined as a state of feeling pleasure and joy, or is defined as something that causes you to experience pleasure and joy.
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Foolishness, silliness; the behaviour expected of a buffoon.
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Alternative spelling of merrymaking.
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A gathering of people in the presence of the body of a deceased person in order to honor the person and console one another.
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Fortuitous elegance; unstudied grace; "” used especially of language.
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The quality that makes something laughable or amusing; funniness:
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The definition of a celebration is an act or event designed to commemorate something or make something special and enjoyable.
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(Uncountable) Joy; merriment; mirth; gaiety; particularly, the mirth enjoyed at a feast.
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A movement (usually involuntary) of the muscles of the laughing face, particularly of the lips, and of the whole body, with a peculiar expression of the eyes, indicating merriment, satisfaction or derision, and usually attended by a sonorous and interrupted expulsion of air from the lungs.
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A festivity; a revelry.
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Revelry is defined as loud, fun party-like activity.
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Gloom is defined as darkness or a dark and gloomy place, or it is defined as a state of being depressed and in a bad mood.
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A cause or source of suffering:
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The characteristic of being blithe.
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The quality of being blithesome.
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The state of being gleeful or joyous.
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The property of being lighthearted, joyous, cheerful, without a care.
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The property of being merry.
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The property of being mirthful.
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Merrymaking; festivity
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The quality of being festive; festivity
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An occasion of merrymaking or boisterous festivity; celebration
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The quality of being playful.
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Find another word for merriment. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for merriment, like: gaiety, good-time, party, festivity, tomfoolery, fun, frolic, mummery, conviviality, recreation and funeral.